Feedback Connect: sharing data and images
Feedback Connect (formerly BleepaBox) integrates with existing healthcare IT systems and connects them to our cloud architecture, CareLocker, without the need to migrate to common systems and so reduces the time and resource needed to share data and imaging effectively. Feedback Connect matches medical images and healthcare data to patients and centralises that data into a single accessible record so it can be easily and safely viewed.
Transfer images from remote locations
- Transfers DICOM studies and medical images with a secure, encrypted connection
- A virtual private network (VPN) connection is not required
- Share images with a 3G/4G wireless connection
- Take jpg images and create DICOM compatible files to add to your PACS
- Includes hardware and software ready to use in the field
- Compatible with any PACS and can be used as a cloud PACS gateway
Image transfer in remote areas
Feedback Connect is a lightweight and versatile product that can be installed on any laptop or tablet device. If installed on a tablet, images can be pushed to CareLocker, our cloud infrastructure, over a mobile network from remote locations.
The clinician who acquired the images can then review them in Bleepa and can make onward referrals or start a conversation with a specialist for input on the case whilst still in the remote location.
Feedback Connect enables imaging-led, point-of-care decision making in previously unreachable areas, with particular application in the veterinary and military services, as well as rural locations where remote analysis is needed.
Supporting TB screening programmes
The Evangelical Hospital Khariar in Odisha needed to share high-quality medical images rapidly to aid identification and treatment of tuberculosis (TB) among its patients.
By using Feedback Connect (formerly BleepaBox) to more efficiently transfer the digital images from the scanning equipment and then using Bleepa to securely share and communicate about those images with colleagues, it has been able to move patients more quickly through the diagnostic process.