Recently launched in Japan, Ambra Health is a medical imaging platform that aims to streamline the imaging process at both large healthcare institutions and smaller private practice locations. The platform was launched alongside Mitsubishi Corporation's sister brand MC Healthcare and aims to address a challenge faced by over 8000 medical institutions in Japan -- the process of storing and sharing medical imaging assets in a more organized way.
While it does boast a Japanese user interface, the platform is also compatible with eight languages including English, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese and Arabic.
"Ambra’s imaging solutions have solved a number of pain points for leading US healthcare providers, resulting in more efficient image exchange and storage, significant cost savings and improved patient experiences,” said Morris Panner, CEO of Ambra Health. Most commonly used for breast cancer mammograms, medical imaging results were not as easily or as quickly accessible to patients in the past. While imaging results had to be processed and transferred to a DVD in the past, Ambra Health streamlines and cuts this process in half by making results immediately accessible to patients on a cloud system.