Technology | December 05, 2013

Calgary Scientific Previews ResolutionMD Functionality at RSNA 2013

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December 5, 2013 — Calgary Scientific Inc. is showcasing updates to ResolutionMD at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA 2013) at booth 5509.  ResolutionMD is an enterprise-wide image and report viewing solution that provides one simple interface for practitioners to securely access information from multiple archives in real-time. ResolutionMD is accredited by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for diagnosis on Web and iOS mobile devices and was first to be cleared for Android devices earlier this year.
 
The new functionality enables even quicker and broader access to valuable information by:
  • Offering a view of the entire patient record across disparate systems and geographies, including additional support for non-DICOM (digital imaging and communications in medicine) data types
  • Enabling seamless integration with any system currently in use, optimizing existing infrastructure
  • Facilitating secure notification and instant collaboration capabilities that connect practitioners regardless of their location or device they are using
 
ResolutionMD enables doctors to securely view patient images and reports from a wide array of computers and mobile devices, collaborate with other practitioners and produce high-quality medical diagnosis from any location. The FDA-cleared, Health Canada-licensed and CE-marked mobile medical diagnosis software never transfers highly sensitive data to the device, as is the case with other solutions. The enterprise-wide viewing solution integrates seamlessly with multiple healthcare information technology (IT) systems, optimizing existing infrastructure from any array of manufacturers. ResolutionMD is published in 12 languages and is currently installed in healthcare institutions around the world via a network of more than 35 healthcare partners.
 

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