News | Remote Viewing Systems | November 19, 2015

Apollo to Introduce Integration with ResolutionMD at RSNA 2015

Enables patient care to benefit from all imaging studies, including radiology and cardiology

November 19, 2015 — Apollo PACS is introducing and will be demonstrating integration of the ResolutionMD enterprise image viewer to Apollo EPMM (Enterprise Patient Multimedia Manager) at the upcoming Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2015 annual meeting. This is a result of a previously announced alliance between Apollo and Calgary Scientific.

With Apollo EPMM and ResolutionMD, clinicians have a single integrated solution to capture, share, edit and maintain the entire clinical multimedia spectrum generated by all subspecialties across the healthcare enterprise, including traditional radiology and cardiology, utilizing existing IT investments. Apollo EPMM is an enterprise solution that enhances clinical collaboration and enables providers to visualize the complete patient record by speeding access to clinical multimedia via workstation or mobile device.

Apollo EPMM is a clinical multimedia workflow, viewing and reporting solution that centralizes management and access to the entire spectrum of clinical images and other multimedia generated across the healthcare enterprise. By streamlining workflows across 45 clinical specialties and integrating the entire healthcare multimedia continuum with traditional picture archiving and communication system (PACS) functionality, Apollo EPMM enables healthcare professionals to access their patients' original clinical multimedia content and results through the electronic health record (EHR), or via dedicated desktop and mobile platforms.

For more information: www.apollopacs.com

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