The Sports Office has teamed up with leading medical imaging and clinical data company Sybermedica to enhance sports medicine functionality within our performance management systems.
Sybermedica and The Sports Office have agreed a ground-breaking arrangement to link each companies cloud-based sports performance management systems. Sybermedica’s ‘PACSMail’ network is already widely used for diagnostic image sharing and The Sports Office ‘Squad’ platform is used by elite teams, governing bodies and federations in all parts of the sporting world.
Recognising the need for an integrated approach to sports medical management and performance information management, the two companies will now work together to provide multi-disciplinary teams of high-performance sports professionals with seamless browser-based access, to both performance and diagnostic information.
Sybermedica’s CEO, Stephen Gatley and Sports Office MD Andy Clarke commented in a joint statement. They said:“The huge pressure to deliver results has led to elite sport becoming a leader in the use of IT to support the work of multi-site, multi-disciplinary teams of medical and performance professionals.
“Our companies’ role is to make sure that they can easily access the information they need and we are delighted to be working together to make this happen.”
PACSMail is a secure medical data communications network enabling sports medicine practitioners and, more broadly, other clinicians to collaborate online. It is used in the delivery of a range of ‘virtual’ clinical services, allowing those with hands-on responsibility for patient care to gain remote access to the expertise of clinical colleagues.
The Sports Office provides online performance management systems for elite sport, which offer a range of functionality. The systems support key performance processes including athlete monitoring and training load management, injury prevention, sports science, sports medicine, administration, coaching, scouting and sports analytics.