CAMI to be connected to Khabarovsk Perinatal Centre’s IT systems
RTLabs is involved as the technology partner of the project
Rostelecom and RTLabs are establishing a connection between information system Central Archive of Medical Images (CAMI).Teleradiology and the Perinatal Centre in Khabarovsk to computerize the use of medical images by doctors and help regional patients receive remote medical advice.
CAMI is a place for long-term archiving, professional processing and repeated use of results of radiological examination (e.g., computer tomography, MRT, X-ray, ultrasound, etc.). With databases of images that are available online at any time, doctors can make referrals, develop schedules, reports, protocols and conduct remote consultations in the case of serious conditions bearing risks to health.
‘Connecting CAMI to the Perinatal Center comes as another stage of large-scale effort to build a unified information network of medical institutions. Putting the system in place will improve, accelerate and optimize work for doctors irrespective of where they are located,’ said Nikolay Kisselev, Director for Corporate and Government Segments of Rostelecom’s Khabarovsk branch.
System components constituting a single information space are powered by computer capacities of the Healthcare Ministry of the Khabarovsk Territory, which streamlines access to the archive for all medical institutions across the Territory. Once the Centre is connected to CAMI, it will become part of a broader information infrastructure with four hospitals in Khabarovsk, Komsomolsk-on-Amur and Amursk, where, as reported earlier, CAMI.Teleradiology had already been installed by Rostelecom and RTLabs.
The technology partner of the project is RTLabs, a Rostelecom subsidiary. Software installation and configuration are part of a government contract with the Project Office of the Ministry of Construction of the Khabarovsk Territory.