Improving Patient Care Through Multi-Disciplinary Teams

Real-time Multi-Disciplinary Team Collaboration and Data Exchange

A Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT) meeting is a form of coordinated care that involves communication and collaboration among diagnostics specialists, including pathologists and radiologists, and oncologists and other clinicians. The goal is to provide better care and outcomes at reduced expense by providing clinicians with practical, actionable information.


Diagnoses changed 30% when pathology and radiology collaborated on "benign" breast  cancer cases.


Americans only receive 50% of recommended care.


$35 Billion in healthcare waste attributed to failures of care coordination

XIFIN ProNet MDT provides the ability to access and display imaging and encounter content from wherever it is stored, including pathology and radiology laboratory information systems (LIS/RIS), and picture archiving communication systems (PACS). Content is integrated and presented in a single aggregated dashboard view that enables better collaboration across the patient care team. Cross-specialty teams (radiology, anatomic and molecular pathology, and oncology) benefit from XIFIN ProNet MDT’s automated digital workflow and can more efficiently and effectively connect, capture, annotate, and report on data, across campus or across the globe.

Manage diagnostic images, clinical data, and other patient encounter information and securely deliver information sets within and between networks.

''With XIFIN ProNet's secure image sharing and collaboration features, I can research different clinical aspects of cases and provide continuous quality improvement for outlying clinics''

Lori Frasier, M.D.

Former Medical Director Primary Children's Medical Center Intermountain Healthcare

XIFIN ProNet MDT Benefits

  • Easily perform real-time multi-specialty and multimodality image and data collaboration with a sharing-based clinical workflow.
  • Collaborate and document difficult cases to improve decision support and clinical performance.
  • Bridge image silos across and between enterprises.
  • Facilitate peer review and treatment planning for cases that require multi-specialty clinical evaluation.
  • Aggregate and link patient and diagnostic information from iterative case reviews such as tumor board in an encounter-based reco
  • Device independent for all medical imaging devices: DICOM, PACS, ALL Non-DICOM images & existing vendor neutral archives
  • Annotate, zoom, and measure nondestructively, without altering original image.
  • Fully HIPAA compliant protocols secure data in transition and at rest.
  • Standard HL7 protocols for interfacing to external systems.
  • Produce and deliver compliant continuity of care documents