This joint initiative is a textbook example of how technology can help realize a vision of better patient care. The digital pathology solution will simplify their logistics as they will no longer rely on glass slides, and they will be able to cooperate around patients in a way that’s not possible today and potentially even form regional specialist groups. All for the benefit of patients in this region. I am so proud to be part of this journey.
Sectra’s expertise in large-scale deployments was a perfect fit to consolidate UNC Health’s radiology imaging systems. In the future, our enterprise product portfolio will allow for expansion into other areas when the timing is right.
Achieving balanced security across the entire operations in order to reduce security risks when using a distributed cloud-based system is extremely relevant. That’s why we’re seeing a need in the energy industry to improve AI-based system security and cybersecurity risk management.
Operations in the energy sector have a key role in society, and production interruptions can have major consequences. That is why it’s extremely important for us to help create an efficient and robust distributed energy system for sustainable energy and new digital services.
The project and installation were carried out according to plan, and now that Region Västernorrland has the new region-wide radiology imaging solution in place, they have a number of new tools to boost reading efficiency and simplify how cases are handled in the region.
It is an honor to continue our collaboration with Region Västernorrland to improve the handling of medical images. Doing so through a cloud service where we, as an IT provider with experience of both medical imaging and cybersecurity, assume overall responsibility is something that an increasing number of healthcare providers are looking for as it provides cost and operational benefits.
Adopting AI into clinical practice can improve performance and quality in digital pathology workflows, creating an impact for pathologists in their daily work. With AI-powered workflows in digital pathology, pathologists can focus on the challenging tasks, and let AI take care of those that require more labor. A key to achieving this is to ensure that the AI applications can be seamlessly integrated into the existing workflow.
Sectra has a long tradition of providing customers with solutions that result in more effective patient care. The goal is the same with AI. Our approach is to give healthcare providers the freedom of choice when purchasing applications, avoiding vendor lock-in, minimizing operational tasks, and selecting the applications that fit best for their organization’s needs. With our joint marketplace for digital pathology and radiology and the ambition to add other areas in the future, we are at the forefront of making AI available in healthcare.
It is difficult to discuss where we stand as a company after the 2020/2021 fiscal year without mentioning the pandemic. Sectra does all it can to contribute to society by helping customers treat patients, cure diseases, and safeguard society from cybercrime. Our results reflect our success in these areas.
The renewal of the contract between the Dutch ministries and Sectra confirms our good relationship and provides an opportunity to continue to work closely together to develop our solutions for a secure mobile workplace in order to meet both current and future demands.
Our customers handle classified information on a daily basis, and need evaluated and trusted products to protect their communication—in both mobile and static scenarios. Our products are developed with mobility and high security in mind, and take different threats from state actors and organized crime into account.
It was a natural step for us to move to a digital workflow. Our department is located on two sites. One in Paris and one in Saint-Cloud, which is headed by Professor Allory. We will now be able to utilize our specialists at our two sites at any time, which is a critical factor during the diagnostic process.
France is undergoing a transformation within pathology, with more and more hospitals and cancer centers implementing a digital workflow. Institut Curie, with its world-leading services and research, will become one of the pioneers in this field as they have now taken this highly important step. We feel humble and proud to have been given the opportunity to put our digital tools in the hands of their pathologists.
We have used Sectra’s solution for many years in radiology. It’s an intuitive solution with high availability that helps our radiologists to efficiently deliver high-quality care. Sectra has proven to be a partner that listens to its customers and clearly wants to meet both current and future needs. This was important in our decision to move beyond radiology and make Sectra our enterprise imaging partner.
We are thrilled to have the opportunity to support Alrijne as they now gradually realize their centralized image management strategy to support their vision of continuously improving patient care. The trust they have shown in us by expanding our partnership is a recognition of Sectra’s dedication to customer success, which makes me proud.
As Jerusalem’s fastest-growing major hospital, we are strongly committed to embracing new digital platforms for the advancement of our patient care services. Therefore, it was important for us to choose a digital pathology solution that has been proven to work for full-scale primary diagnostics handling large volumes and offers an efficient workflow and tools for our clinicians. Sectra’s solution meets those needs and will also allow us to embrace and benefit from emerging technologies such as AI.
We have earned the trust of the radiologists that read for Mary Washington Healthcare, who have been using Sectra in their private practice for the past three years. This common platform will provide synergies between the two organizations and allow for growth through the Sectra One subscription contract.
Sectra and Baylor College of Medicine have a shared vision of providing digital pathology services without geographic limitations. The deployment of Sectra’s digital pathology solution will allow the Baylor Department of Pathology to extend its clinical excellence to rural and underserved areas, both domestically and abroad. This new state of the art technology will be a great benefit to patients, providing world-class diagnostics to these areas.
To realize the true benefits of digital pathology, we wanted something much more than an image viewer. With Sectra’s comprehensive solution, we now have a robust, vendor-neutral and scalable solution that can help us reach our ambitions within cancer diagnostics. For example, our pathologists can examine skin tissues remotely, and we can utilize experts in a more efficient way.
Sectra’s agnostic platform allows for maximized benefits from a financial, operational, quality assurance and clinical perspective in a multiple laboratory business.
These are exciting times for us at Southern Sun Pathology. We have always been proud to push ourselves towards the forefront of technology. We have recently taken huge steps in the areas of digital pathology and the treatment of skin cancer. Our partnership with Sectra will play an important role in realizing substantial benefits for our pathologists and the care we provide today and supports our ambitions within artificial intelligence.
A new medical imaging solution will allow a more efficient workflow, increase patient safety and enhance the work environment. It will also facilitate interaction with citizens and healthcare providers.
Healthcare providers in Sweden are increasingly requesting IT solutions as a service and for these solutions to be operated in a cloud environment. This approach increases security around sensitive patient information, frees up time for change management and enables resources to be focused on the output of the IT system rather than maintenance. The contract with Region Kronoberg is in line with these trends and that is very exciting.
Sectra installed its Breast Imaging solution at UC San Diego Health several years ago and our organizations have developed a strong, trusted relationship. This new contract extends Sectra’s solution, enterprise-wide, to support other clinical imaging areas and serve as the backbone for image management and archive across the organization. We will interface with multiple third parties to deliver a seamless, highly integrated solution.
As an expert center in neuropathology, we process a high volume of second readings from other centers, especially within rare tumors. Having access to image analysis tools is therefore a huge advantage for us. With Sectra, we now have these tools in hand, and because the solution is easy to use, our pathologists will be able to utilize the benefits from day one.
Digital pathology is taking off in France. I’m excited to support GHU Paris in their journey as one of the early adopters and proud that Sectra has once again been chosen to help drive the field forward. Ultimately, digitization will bring so many benefits to, for example, cancer patients.
These days, sensitive information is handled by more people than those involved in national classified communication. We are seeing a growing need among civil authorities and large corporations for a simple, easy-to-use solution for secure communication and collaboration. This new service will provide these authorities and large corporations with a secure solution developed with their needs and day-to-day operations in mind.
We’re very proud to partner with Sectra, the leading cybersecurity and medical technology company in the Nordics. This partnership is an exciting continuation of our mission to provide enterprises and government organizations with a collaboration solution that protects critical communications and ensures data sovereignty with end-to-end encryption and secure infrastructure.
We have focused on finding a first-rate, easy-to-use solution for as many platforms as possible. Multi-platform support, including iOS, is something Sectra’s customers are looking for, and this need can now be met.
Satisfied customers are the ultimate proof that our employees and solutions deliver substantial value, which helps to improve the efficiency and quality of healthcare and increase cybersecurity in society.
I am very happy to add Emory Healthcare to our portfolio of prestigious customers. This contract is an example of the flexibility of Sectra’s new licensing model, which is based upon utilization and allows for unlimited growth within the health system. This includes the ability to expand outside of radiology.
A quantum-safe solution is crucial for our customers to keep them secure from any possible attack today or in the future. Given the extensive time horizon of 30-40 years for keeping highly sensitive information and national secrets secure, protection against quantum threats is highly relevant for security solutions that are developed today.
The support people and the people who work with us have all been great. We have had a good relationship with everyone in our local area, the US corporate team, and those who have worked with us from Sweden. Sectra has a good culture. We have seen teams jump in to help, and it seems like everyone works well together.
Sectra Digital Pathology Solution is a great product. It really suits my needs. When I started using the system, I was really impressed with how well suited the system was for the needs of the pathologist. Sectra is very service minded and easy to get in contact with. When we have suggestions on developmental things or improvements, Sectra is easy to talk to, and they note our suggestions and take them forward. It is really exciting to work with Sectra because we really feel that they listen to us.
To be selected by our customers as the preferred imaging vendor for digital pathology as well as for radiology across the US, Canada and Europe is a great honor. Happy users are the ultimate proof that Sectra’s staff and solutions deliver great value for our customers, contributing to improving the effectiveness in healthcare.
It’s exciting to see how Amsterdam UMC, in just a short time, has taken these steps toward radiology and pathology efficiency, regional collaboration and integrated diagnostics. I’m confident that our experience and vendor-neutral platform will contribute to their adoption of emerging technologies, such as AI, in the future.
We have been looking for an intuitive solution that will allow our pathologists to quickly adapt and utilize all the benefits that come with the technology. It was also important to find a vendor with solid experience of similar installations. Sectra ticked all the boxes.
Institut Bergonié is at the forefront of fighting cancer. It is now taking yet another important step as one of the first hospitals in France to adopt a digital pathology workflow. We are really looking forward to working together to help Institut Bergonié reach its vision for cancer care.
Despite disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the project has been carried out according to schedule and budget, and I am proud of and impressed by the outstanding collaboration that made this possible. For the Region of Southern Denmark to move to full-scale digital pathology is a milestone for cancer care in Denmark as it is key to meeting the ambitions for shorter lead times set by the national cancer care pathways.
I am really impressed with how teams across the trust have worked with our partner Sectra to get this in place quickly whilst simultaneously dealing with the challenges presented by Covid-19 and winter pressures in the NHS. This first go-live is the start of the main journey. We will be able to maximize how our staff work across different trusts and we will be able to connect 15 years’ worth of rich data currently isolated in individual trusts.
This is an important project for everyone – from frontline staff, through to patients whose care this is ultimately about. Hospitals in Greater Manchester will overcome interorganizational limitations around image sharing and collaboration. Radiology demand has increased massively in recent years and continues to do so. Working as a network will help us to respond to this demand and ensure our professionals’ expertise is available for everyone in the region. In the future, the program will allow us to embrace new and emerging tools like artificial intelligence, and in the short term it is allowing radiologists to continue working from home at a crucial time.
Radiology is pivotal in patient care management. Sectra provides us with a powerful, thoroughly up-to-date PACS system that has many advanced features that will result in quicker and more accurate diagnostics, and ultimately better patient care. The integrated multidisciplinary team meeting (MDT) module will benefit oncology patients, whilst the teaching features will help train the next generation of radiologists, radiographers and sonographers. It works well with our existing digital patient record systems, and with a zero footprint viewer is easily accessible to clinicians delivering frontline care. We look forward to exploring its huge potential.
Greater Manchester is delivering fast on its determination to get modern tools and crucial information to the people that need them. Diagnostic imaging is a crucial part of patient care. For the millions of people covered by this new program, the first steps have been taken in an initiative that will transform the way they are diagnosed and treated.
We are pleased that we have the agreement in place. The regional solution is strongly needed and will improve the quality of patient care. Clinicians will have faster and easier access to patient information, thus can shorten lead times.
I’m honored that Sectra has been entrusted by Helse Sør-Øst RHF to install its region-wide enterprise imaging solution. Our experience of similar large and complex installations, together with the solution’s modular and scalable capabilities, will enable them to both meet the challenges they are facing today and support their ambitions moving forward to make improvements for employees and patient care.
I am happy to welcome Dayton Children’s as a Sectra One customer. Their goal of eliminating silos and creating a unified imaging platform aligns well with Sectra’s enterprise functionality. Patients and providers will have access to a complete electronic health record.
For the past two decades, we have supported orthopaedists and implant manufacturers by providing measurement methods for validating implants and our brand is market leading in terms of quality. Sectra’s CT-based measurement method represents a paradigm shift in this field as it contains clear advantages for patients, surgeons and the implant industry. We are excited about the opportunity to help bring this emerging technology to the market.