News | Remote Viewing Systems | December 06, 2016

Calgary Scientific Previews Version 6.0 of ResolutionMD at RSNA 2016

Enterprise viewing platform now offers multi-monitor support, expanded image sharing capabilities across departments and with third parties

ResolutionMD 6.0, Calgary Scientific, RSNA 2016, enterprise viewing platform

December 6, 2016 — Calgary Scientific Inc. announced version 6.0 of their enterprise image-viewing platform, ResolutionMD, at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Nov. 27-Dec. 1 in Chicago.

The platform continues to expand interoperability capability across the healthcare enterprise, offering institutions a better way to connect clinicians and patients to each other and their data. ResolutionMD provides a scalable pathway and seamless integration between picture archiving and communication systems (PACS), vendor neutral archives (VNAs), cloud archives, electronic medical records (EMRs), patient portals and hospital-developed apps.

The new version includes multi-monitor support, expanded DICOM modalities in departments outside radiology, extended image sharing with third-party providers, FHIR data integration, expanded HTML5 capabilities and mobile measurements. Scalability improvements include both virtualized and physical server deployments with CPU or GPU options.

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