UltraLinq is a cloud-based ultrasound and image management solution. It offers both radiology information systems and picture archiving systems applications on a standalone basis.
Users can review, report, manage, share, distribute and archive a multitude of medical images with its iPad and Mac-compatible solution. UltraLinq is a HIPAA-complaint cloud hosting solution that helps to view exam reports, build reports, create questionnaires and send answers.
UltraLinq has developed native mobile apps for both iPad and iPhone so users can access important medical images on the go, from anywhere with Internet connectivity. Reports can be distributed to mobile users automatically, so they can be turned around expeditiously and with ultimate confidence. UltraLink Lite offers user-specific customization options; exam list views, normal values, and interpretation phrases can all be personalized. Both local and remote individuals can remain involved in a patient’s diagnosis and care plan administration.
The solution is recommended to any organization performing Ultrasound, Nuclear Imaging, Cardiac Catheterization, or CT exams, including hospitals, doctor’s offices, sonography schools, and more.
chester from Millennium Ultrasound
Employees number: 1 employee
For hospital,private practice and mobile services it's a must have
It's a great product that can be used anywhere if you have internet access and the price is reasonable
No measurement tools for ejection fraction . Should be more Mac friendly. HTML is ok but I prefer flash media
Richard from Decatur Vein Clinic
Specialty: Vascular / phlebology
The product allows cloud-based storage of ultrasound images, measurements, and reporting in an excellent browser-based system accessible from any computer or tablet. Set-up is easy, customizing reports and transfers with cooperation of the support staff was efficient and smooth, and it worked seamlessly with all our ultrasound systems and all our clinic sites. The set-up fee was a steal in this market, and the per-exam storage/transfer fee very reasonable, especially for a small to medium-sized organization. It also is an AthenaHealth partner, so integration and mapping of exams, images, and reports with AthenaHealth cloud systems was terrific.
The company has excellent templates for common studies and applications (especially vascular), but there were a few initial issues with mapping DICOM data across the network from the machine to UltraLinq's field patterns, and it took a while to get our boilerplate and interface straightened out. There also were a few hiccups sorting out Athena's info mapping with UltraLinq, but in the end things worked out smoothly and reliably. Support response often varies, sometimes with a little delay.
Figure out what you want your reports to say and look like, and be prepared to compromise with the framework the software company already has in place. Don't expect them to change everything to match what you have in place already, but work with them and o at least approximate your results during the trial period. Contact your machine's manufacturer and get the DICOM template in advance so the vendors can communicate. Compromise and adaptation is the key.
Robin from Mary Black Health System
Specialty: Other specialty
WEB based accessible from anywhere. Easy access to view studies, create a worksheet and provide reports for US & Cardiovascular imaging modalities. Easy workflow.
I do not use as a Tech but as an Administrator for setup & troubleshooting.
Make sure staff understand the templates and field mapping from modalities.
Kyle from DCMH
It is a web based solution that is easy to maintain from an IT standpoint
Fully dependent a good internet connection. When experiencing high usage, the cardiologist are unable to work efficiently
Take into consideration the network infrastructure between the workstation and Internet
Sameena from PIONEER DIAGNOSTICS & RESEARCH
Employees number: 2-10 employees
Product is great. Customer service sucks. They are never available. If emergency you still wait 2-3 days if you are lucky for someone to call you.
Customer service sucks . They are NEVER available