Dell Services said it signed a multi-year agreement with Zebra Medical Vision to deliver a platform for medical imaging research.
According to Dell, the deal will expand the capabilities of Dell Cloud Clinical Archive, which currently hosts more than 10 billion medical images and 150 million medical studies.
With the Zebra Medical Vision’s analytics platform, Dell intends to provide any clinical site access to algorithms that provide clinical support.
Dell said having access to this type of information can identify patients at risk for osteoporosis, cardiac disease, liver disease or other pathologies.
“A clinical analytics platform at this scale and integrated data management tools help healthcare organizations collaborate and improve the way we approach utilizing big data in healthcare,” said Sid Nair, vice president and global general manager, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Dell Services.
Dell said its new solutions will help its healthcare cloud customers to make better decisions and spend more time with patients.
“Big data analytics have taken an increasingly growing role in many facets of business. The healthcare market has just begun to implement and benefit from large-scale analytics in a meaningful way,” said Elad Benjamin, co-founder and chief executive officer, Zebra Medical Vision.
The company also announced the integration of cloud-based analytics software BizEye from MphRx to the Dell Cloud Clinical Archive portal.
With BizEye software from MphRx, Dell offers a user-driven, cloud-based analytics engine integrated into Dell Cloud Services and Dell Cloud Clinical Archive.
The solution provides role-based access to dashboards that drive positive patient experiences, as well as customer and employee satisfaction.
Both offerings would be available in February in 2016.