New York City-based Ambra Health, maker of the cloud-based, medical image management suite, announces a deeper integration with the Box content cloud, which will enable more advanced medical imaging capabilities. With the expanded integration, Ambra ProViewer and Ambra’s Web Uploader will be directly integrated into Box, allowing customers to securely upload, analyze, and manipulate all imaging types from anywhere, without the need for extensive IT intervention.

The enhanced functionality builds on Ambra Health and Box’s previously announced integration in 2019. With Ambra and Box, healthcare facilities can already log-in with a single click to upload, share, and view medical imaging directly from within Box’s cloud content management platform.

Now, with the deepened integration, customers can store, view, collaborate, and save DICOM medical images directly in Box while taking advantage of the Box Content Cloud’s security and compliance to protect and govern the flow of sensitive information.

Moreover, Ambra’s FDA-cleared ProViewer and cloud PACS enable medical groups to manage diagnostic images and supplemental photos and videos using configurable workflow rules for routing and integrated reporting. Ambra’s imaging suite enables easy sharing of images, mobile access from anywhere at any time for quick reads, as well as full diagnostic, read-at-home and teleradiology capabilities with only a web browser.

“For the past two years, Ambra and Box have provided a more streamlined workflow for facilities through an integration that eliminated the need to log-in to multiple platforms for image sharing. We are thrilled to expand our partnership to provide customers using Box access to Ambra’s advanced viewing and upload capabilities,” says Andrew Duckworth, vice president of business development at Ambra Health.

Featured image: Ambra Health’s ProViewer, a cloud-based diagnostic image viewer.