Client Outlook and the Adobe Flash Platform’s Picture of Health

At Toronto’s Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, nearly 16 to 18 million medical images are captured over the course of 300,000 exams a year. The challenge that Sunnybrook and similar other hospitals face is getting these diagnostic images to clinical staff so that they can make informed, quick decisions about patient care anytime and anywhere.

Working with the Adobe Flash Platform, eUnity, a medical imaging platform developed by IT health solutions provider Client Outlook, bridges the time, location and technology gap between access to medical images and clinicians and their patients. The solution mitigates two needs—eUnity interoperates among a variety of different Picture Archiving and Communications Systems (PACS) networks within multifacility medical facilities, and it’s simply easy for busy doctors to learn and use.

Key to eUnity’s success is delivering these diagnostic-quality images across devices so that doctors can diagnose at the point-of-care. Using Adobe Flash Builder’s extensive tooling features such as testing code and debugging across multiple screens, Client Outlook is able to extend eUnity to not only the desktop, but also to major device platforms like Android and iOS. Developers also found that working with eUnity is easily 30 percent faster than using other technology.

Before eUnity, Sunnybrook experienced a bottleneck of hundreds of images in the system, which impeded patient care. Now thousands of doctors and technicians from the multifacility medical enterprise are able to capture and view images such as X-rays, CT, MRI, ultrasound and angiography pictures anywhere and anytime.

In the near future, Client Outlook is planning to extend eUnity to an even more robust platform, leveraging the Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform and Flash Media Interactive Server. They anticipate incorporating new features like automated workflows and secured permissions.

Read more about Client Outlook and Sunnybrook’s story here.

Archi-Tech Systems and the Adobe Flash Platform Turn Raw Pharma Data into Meaningful Insights

We all know that it’s hard to make sense of complicated data. Archi-Tech Systems has been provided pharmaceutical companies with the ability to turn that information into customized, convenient systems for the past 20 years. They wanted to create something new and innovative that would work for the entire pharmaceutical sales organization, from the vice president of sales down to the field rep and managed care sales force. Archi-Tech used the Adobe Flash Platform to develop and launch InView Plus, a web-based dashboard for point-and-click data visualization.

Built with Flex and Adobe Flash Builder, this data-rich solution helps sales and marketing teams to track activities, goals, and results in real time. Both products equip Archi-Tech’s development team with scalability, flexibility, and standardization, streamlining development and simplified maintenance that resulted in significant cost savings for them and their clients.

Flex also added to the performance and consistent uptime, presenting Archi-Tech’s clients with a more intuitive interface and rich, visually engaging experiences.

One of Archi-Tech’s client’s, Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals, a world leader in the global household, health and personal care sectors, successfully uses InView Plus to empower its own healthcare sales organization, which resulted in more targeted sales plans, increased productivity and better insight into market share and sales opportunities.

Archi-Tech plans on using the Adobe Flash Platform to push InView Plus to mobile devices and tablets. Read more about InView Plus and how they collaborated with Adobe technologies here.