Technology | November 23, 2011

Aycan Highlights iPad App for Teleradiology at RSNA

Aycan Medical Systems will highlight its latest vendor-neutral archiving, viewing, printing, and integration solutions and services designed to improve workflow efficiency and drive down costs, at this year’s RSNA, including aycan mobile iPad app.

Designed to quickly, easily, and securely transfer DICOM images from hospitals and imaging centers to on-call and other radiologists and referring physicians with an iPad, aycan mobile’s simple interface and robust feature set make it the ideal tool for Teleradiology and reviewing images with colleagues, referring physicians, and patients in remote locations.  Working with aycan workstation OsiriX PRO, this vendor-neutral cost-efficient solution improves workflow with key features such as lossless JPEG2000 compression, and automatic 256-bit AES encryption.  Another feature, developed in partnership with EIZO, allows users to connect the iPad to larger medical monitors for higher resolution viewing, yet still employ the easy-to-use iPad to drive the app.  European CE Marking. FDA 510(k) clearance pending. 

 

For more information: www.aycan.com/mobile

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