Keya Medical will work with healthcare systems to design the optimal data flow and to ensure that all data is processed in compliance with each country’s information security and privacy regulations. CTA images are reviewed by trained technicians to ensure quality. The results of the processing are returned as DICOM objects to the healthcare system for long-term storage and retrieval.

Private network with PACS connection

How it Works

  1. Keya Medical provides a DICOM server to the health system to connect to their CT or PACS 
  2. CTA data is sent via DICOM to a local server where it is de-identified 
  3. The de-identified CTA data is sent from the DICOM server to a cloud server located in the desired region or country
  4. Keya Medical analysts remotely access de-identified CTA data via VPN and perform the DEEPVESSEL FFR analysis 
  5. Keya Medical analysts send the results of the analysis back to the DICOM server in the health system 
  6. Protected Health Information (PHI) is merged through the DICOM server
  7. Clinicians can review the DEEPVESSEL FFR analysis on their PACS workstation
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Private network with file upload

Workflow 2

How it Works

  1. Keya Medical sends unique login credentials to the health system to access the DEEPVESSEL Cloud Platform 
  2. Users upload coronary CTA data in file form to the DEEPVESSEL Cloud Platform  
  3. CTA data is de-identified on the on a private DEEPVESSEL Cloud Platform  
  4. The de-identified CTA data is sent from the private DEEPVESSEL Cloud Platform to a cloud server located in the desired region or country 
  5. Keya Medical analysts remotely access de-identified CTA data via VPN and perform the quality analysis  
  6. Keya Medical analysts send the results of the analysis back to the DEEPVESSEL Private Cloud Platform  
  7. Protected Health Information (PHI) is merged through the DEEPVESSEL Cloud Platform 
  8. Clinicians can review the DEEPVESSEL FFR analysis on their DEEPVESSEL Cloud Platform account 

Cloud PACS

Workflow3

How it Works

  1. Users upload coronary CTA data to a third-party cloud PACS or VNA 
  2. CTA data is de-identified by the third-party cloud PACS or VNA   
  3. The de-identified CTA data is sent from the third-party system to Keya Medical’s cloud-hosted server via DICOM gateway 
  4. Keya Medical analysts remotely access the de-identified CTA data hosted in the region to perform the quality analysis  
  5. Keya Medical analysts send the results of the analysis back to the third-party cloud PACS system  
  6. Clinicians review the DEEPVESSEL FFR analysis through the third-party cloud PACS system