With Aurabox, you can upload, store and view all those interesting teaching cases from a variety of sources. View cases from anywhere (home, work or any location) with our cloud-based product. This means an increased breadth of resources for teaching and more learning opportunities for students.
Aurabox makes it easy to maintain and build your teaching resources library with tagging. Spend less time aggregating cases and more time sharing your knowledge.
With a detailed and organised library of resources on hand, you can share with students ahead of time to optimise discussion and learning outcomes.
Imaging history at your fingertips
Easily access a patient's complete medical imaging history in one cloud-based service, without the need to track down images from different providers.
Effortless side-by-side comparison
Ditch the outdated method of managing imaging on CDs or USBs. With Aurabox, view imaging from multiple providers in the same viewer, side-by-side.
Share imaging seamlessly
It is straightforward to share imaging with other doctors, even across organisational boundaries, for quick second opinions and referrals.
Patient accounts for better care control
Empower patients to take control of their own care by giving them access to their imaging. Our platform allows patients to access their accounts from anywhere, anytime.
Advanced tools for efficient diagnoses
Our high-speed DICOM viewer includes advanced tools such as stack scrolling, MPR, and more, helping you save time and make accurate diagnoses.
Rest easy with secure storage
Our platform is designed with the highest security standards, and is compliant with Australian privacy regulations, and runs on HIPAA and SOC II Type 2 compliant infrastructure.
Need help to find patient imaging?
Our imaging concierge can locate and upload patient imaging.
Medical assets include medical imaging, pathology, reports, clinical images and clinical notes.
Yes. Aurabox uses security standards equivalent to those used by the Australian Government for sensitive data. Aurabox uses cloud infrastructure providers with appropriate security and privacy certifications such as SOC II and HIPAA, to ensure data is protected. More information is available by contacting us.
Patients have immediate access to their Aurabox profile when they create it or when invited by a doctor to the platform. Doctors can also create patient profiles without inviting patients. An invitation can be made at a later time using the patient’s email address.
Aurabox is delivered via a Software-as-a-Service, with no installation, management or updates required.
Storage costs are included in your Aurabox subscription.
Radiology practices use data storage and viewing platforms called Picture Archive Communication System (PACS). PACS used by different radiology providers do not communicate with one another. This means that if a patient has medical imaging stored in more than one PACS the medical professionals looking after them are unable to access their complete imaging history in one place (or at all). Aurabox aggregates imaging from different PACS for a single patient allowing medical professionals to access complete imaging history in one place.
Digital Health Records (DHRs) are limited to networks of healthcare organisations, usually within the public healthcare system. A DHR stores medical assets that originate within the network but do not allow access to medical assets originating outside of the network. For example, if a patient has a CT study performed at a public hospital using a DHR, the imaging cannot be accessed by their doctors employed outside of the public hospital. Aurabox stores all these medical assets in one place, regardless of the organisation it originated from.
Clinic software is used to manage appointments, clinical records, billing and administration. Clinic software usually can not view medical imaging. Aurabox is a workflow solution for managing, viewing and sharing medical assets including imaging. It is delivered via a Software-as-a-Service, with no installation, management or updates required.
Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) is the standard format for the capture, management and transmission of medical images and related data. For example your medical imaging is stored in DICOM format whereas photos are stored as JPEG and music is stored as mp3.