CereMetrix® Advanced Brain qSPECT Workflow
From an electronic intake to automated quantification and statistical analysis; multiplanar reconstruction; annotate and capture capabilities; and standardized reporting, the CereMetrix® Brain qSPECT Workflow package includes all the features you need in one easily integrable platform.
AUTOMATED BRAIN SPECT ANALYSIS
CereMetrix® is designed to increase speed and accuracy by automatically detecting, quantifying and analyzing brain function down to the voxel level.
Voxel-Level Z-Score Analysis
Automatic z-score analysis of regions and clusters that fall outside of average perfusion levels.
Annotate & Capture
The CereMetrix® viewer features a built-in dictation system that auto populates to the final report.
Region-Level Statistical Metrics
Automatic statistical analysis of hypo- and hyper-perfused areas in up to 120 brain regions.
Keeping Patient Data Secure is Our Highest Priority
The CereMetrix® platform uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) to encrypt patient data in flight and at rest to more than meet HIPAA compliance standards. Have questions about our security safeguards? Contact Us.
A WORKFLOW THAT WORKS FOR YOU
From a customizable intake to a built-in dictation system that auto populates to the final report, CereMetrix® unites critical components of the reading radiologist workflow.
Electronic Intake with Clinical Review
The CereMetrix® intake tool is a brain-focused clinical questionnaire that can be given and reviewed by one of our clinicians or yours.
Easy-to-Access Supporting Literature
The CereMetrix® library includes thousands of peer-reviewed articles to help support your findings.
Standardized & Comprehensive Reporting
CereMetrix® automates report creation and delivery and helps improve consistency through the use of structure and templated reporting.
A Novel Approach to a Normative Dataset for Clinical Brain SPECT
The CereMetrix® composite average dataset is anything but normal. It’s dynamic. Our approach combines 1,000+ heterogeneous patient SPECT brain scans and will continue to grow with every new patient scanned.