Empower your organization to safeguard clinician access to legacy medical imaging data by strategically managing long term storage of medical image data. Our enterprise data orchestration tools enable your organization to internally and independently manage your archive migration and consolidation efforts, so they can be integrated into your broader enterprise imaging strategy.

We offer your organization the flexibility to implement the migration approach that meets your unique needs:

  • Self-conducted through your internal expertise.
  • Service provider managed through our expertise.

Solution Components

The Exodus Migration and Consolidation Controller can be used alone, or in combination with the following Laurel Bridge software solutions to solve the myriad consolidation needs of any organization:

  • Exodus – Migration & Consolidation Controller
  • Compass – Routing Workflow Manager
  • Navigator – Imaging Retrieval Workflow Manager

Archive and Consolidation workflow diagram

Standardize Study Identification and Distribution

Ensure critical patient information such as patient ID, patient demographics, originating location, exam type, and study description is normalized to enable seamless ingestion and workflow efficiency.

Image Access Across Departments or IT Systems

Enable radiologists to read all studies from any imaging sources, on the PACS they are familiar with, by ensuring current and relevant prior studies are available when needed, regardless of where they reside.

Reliable Delivery of Studies to External Radiologists

Provide timely delivery of new studies and relevant prior exams to the appropriate locations, teleradiologists, or, subspecialty physicians where ever the studies reside. Meet service level agreements regardless of scheduling complexity and clinical reporting needs.

Remote Ingestion and Delivery

Efficiently offload mobile and remote location acquisition devices and ensure secure, reliable delivery of medical images to a VNA, departmental archive or reading workstation.

Modality Sharing Across Multiple Scheduling Entities

Simplify sharing of imaging resources among organizations using different patient scheduling systems and ensure new studies are automatically delivered to the appropriate reading locations.

Archive Migration and Consolidation

Analyze, plan, and migrate medical images to a new archive or VNA.

  • Control migration throughput
  • Prefetch prior exams based upon work schedule
  • Validate
  • Standardize patient demographics
  • Compress
  • Integrate with MPI


What Clients are Saying

"Exodus is being very helpful in troubleshooting our import issues and validating that studies have all their images. It is straightforward and intuitive for our imaging professionals to use. I appreciate the follow up and attention, even during the holiday season. Thank you, thank you, thank you!"
Frankie RuizPACS & DICOM Specialist, Phoenix Ortho
"The PowerTools DICOM Utility Suite is a must have tool for PACS Administrators and IT Support personnel. As for support, very responsive and knowledgeable!"
Domini M.Senior PACS Admin, North Cypress Medical Center
"Once again the issue was at the modality, and PowerTools helped me to identify the problem."
PACS ManagerNational Healthcare Provider
"Navigator allowed us to convert the studies necessary to improve patient care and lowered our migration costs by only migrating what we need. Our cardiologists and cardiac surgeons love that we can pull referential studies based on the EMR worklist."
Dan MarnachDir. of Technology, Avera Heart Hospital of S.D.
"Navigator enabled us to reallocate a support resource that was spending almost six hours per day performing manual study lookups and transfers, to support our mammography reading workflow."
Brandon Hughes PACS Analyst, Austin Radiological Association
"Exodus has always been an effective and useful tool - I even use it to help define the scope of new projects prior to an actual migration. I love its ability to perform a validation on moved exams to positively identify exams on the target PACS."
Mark A. HilbertMigration Specialist