Apollo Hospitals

Keeping faith with impeccable visualization solutions and support

With over 8,500 beds across 50 hospitals, and a significant presence at every touch point of the medical value chain, Apollo Hospitals is one of Asia’s largest healthcare groups. Its mission is to bring healthcare of an international standard within the reach of every individual. When their visualization solutions were in need of a  thorough update, Apollo Hospitals turned to Barco to enhance imaging flexibility and productivity. Both the quality of its solutions and the support offered by technicians played a vital part in choosing Barco.The main reason for Apollo Hospitals to choose the Barco solutions was definitely their crisp clear imaging and unparalleled efficiency. The continuous support offered by Barco technicians was another crucial factor. “In a clinical environment, any technical failure can have a potentially dramatic impact”, Arvind Shivaramakrishnan, Chief Information Officer at Apollo Hospitals emphasizes. “The prompt availability and quality of technical support is vital for effective delivery of clinical outcomes.”

To achieve the desired compatibility, Barco suggested the Coronis Fusion 4MP wide-screen color display. This multi-modality Medsynapse PACS display system was designed to increase flexibility and productivity in diagnostic imaging. A combination of Nio Grayscale 3MP, Nio Color 3MP and Nio Grayscale 2MP displays offers the hospital staff a multitude of applications and imaging modalities. These include 3D PACS, 3D echo, ultrasound, orthopedic imaging, CAD, image fusion, nuclear medicine and PET.

About this project

Date 14 August 2013
Location Chennai, India

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