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We are eager to share with you ideas on how to more efficiently manage your clinical projects and the exchange of clinical data and medical images. Most importantly, how to do so while being regulatory compliant and respecting data privacy rules so that all stakeholders can act easier and faster, and so patients will get the best treatment available as soon as possible.
We are proud to announce that MedAlliance has chosen to rely on our decidemedical platform for its Selution DeNovo Study, which is the world’s lagest DEB study ever conducted. With the help of our web-based platform decidemedical, the participating sites located all over the world can hand in their medical data and images (DICOM) associated […]
They are essential to our health: new medical products. Every year, medical device manufacturers, biotech companies, and pharmaceutical companies spend billions to develop them – and then millions to train and educate physicians to know how to use them and how to best help patients. But what happens after that, and how can medical product […]
Case study: How a leading TAVI manufacturer manages case reviews and eligibility checks to serve clients
When launching innovative medical treatments, reviewing cases, and doing eligibility checks is of vital importance. Implanting physicians, who are located all over the world, benefit from the expertise and the support of the clinical specialists of the medical device company when treating their patients. This case study shows how communication via our clinical software decidemedical […]
I am convinced that “80 percent of success lies in preparation” when it comes to the role of medical images (DICOM) in the development of medical devices. In my guest article for the German trade journal MED engineering (please find the current issue here), I tell you why I see it that way. You can […]
We are proud to announce great news: Hermes Medical Solutions, the leading company when it comes to imaging software in Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, signed an agreement to license our worldwide used decidemedical platform. Through the collaboration, a seamless data flow can be utilized, allowing sites to safely transfer their image data (in DICOM format) via the web […]
Bambini Cardiopatici nel Mondo (Cardiopathic Children in the World) works to reduce child mortality due to congenital heart diseases all over the world, especially in developing countries. Thanks to a donation from ClinFlows, a leading provider of online solutions for exchanging clinical data, the nonprofit organization can now provide global clinical advice and instructions much more easily and quickly.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) declared the Privacy Shield invalid in its ruling (C-311/18) on 16 July 2020. We have summarized here what this can mean for you and your company. Data protection, the exchange of data and what has to be considered – I know that this is not a very funny or […]
New web-based Smart Uploader allows DICOM preview and erasure of burned-in annotations without software installations
In many clinical projects like clinical trials or second opinion workflows, medical images in DICOM format are exchanged between different parties. For this reason, and in order to erase burned-in annotations, software installation is needed. The new and innovative Smart Uploader from Clinflows changes this now. Exchanging medical images in DICOM format is the daily […]
How a leading global device company successfully uses digital review processes to launch a new TMVI system In our first blog post, Uwe Gladbach, a biomedical engineer and Head of ClinFlows, gives us an introduction to how digital review processes can help companies from the medical sector in the area of structural heart disease. Specifically, […]
In this blog, we will share with you information about what we love to do the most: e-solutions for clinical workflows. We are eager to share with you ideas on how to more efficiently manage your clinical projects and the exchange of clinical data and medical images. Most importantly, how to do so while being […]