Build 0.1.5512 | November 17th, 2020
This week’s Sensei Cloud updates continue to expand core application functionality and deliver on recent customer requests.
With this update, Sensei Cloud has expanded support for third party imaging tools to include integrations with Dexis, Sidexis (formerly Schick), and Apteryx. Specifically:
As with the existing imaging solution, once the imaging software is installed on the acquisition machine, follow the standard procedure for completing the integration. From the Administration tab, select Imaging, and then select the imaging software from the list. You can then install the correct bridge on your acquisition machines by selecting ‘Install Imaging Bridge’ [Patient Tab > Clinical > Images]. NOTE: The imaging bridge installed is based on the Imaging Software setting selected for the location from the Administration Tab.
Once the bridge installation is complete, click on ‘Acquire New Image’ to launch your associated image acquisition software and pass the current Sensei Cloud patient context (e.g., name, ID, date of birth) to the acquisition client. This ensures that any newly acquired images are associated with the correct patient and enables you to review any of the patient’s existing images.
As previously noted, this is a one-way bridge; any acquired images remain in the original storage location (e.g., the acquisition machine or local network storage). Images acquired through a bridged Dexis, Sidexis, or Apteryx client are not uploaded to the cloud or directly accessible within Sensei Cloud. NOTE: The patient name and/or ID serves as the logical connection between Sensei Cloud and your imaging solution.
We hope these new third party imaging integrations provide more flexibility for customers not currently using CSI as their imaging solution. We look forward to your feedback on what else can be done in support of your imaging workflows.
The following fixes and optimizations have been added to Sensei Cloud this week.