Technology | September 14, 2012

Calgary Scientific's ResolutionMD 3.1 Offers Mobile Diagnostic Imaging, Multiple Languages

Now available in 10 languages to address growing global interest

September 14, 2012 — Calgary Scientific Inc. introduced ResolutionMD 3.1, a Web and mobile universal medical image viewing software that now supports 10 languages.

ResolutionMD has U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance for diagnosis on mobile iOS and Web. It has Web and cloud scalability, data security, comprehensive collaboration capability and rapid access on both iOS and Android devices. The software has the ability to locate and access patient images and reports in real time without any of that data ever remaining resident on the computer or mobile device. The application also demonstrates advanced collaboration functionality embedded within the product, allowing multiple users to share and interact with the application in real time from multiple locations and devices simply by clicking on an embedded link within an email or text. Patient data access made accessible from anywhere, on high and low bandwidth networks, gives doctors the full picture needed to make a diagnosis from anywhere.

Highlights of the 3.1 enhancements:

Expanded language support: ResolutionMD will now be supported in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese for both ResolutionMD Web and ResolutionMD Mobile.

Split-view layout on tablet devices: iPad and Android tablet users can now view images side by side with ResolutionMD for effective review of a study and comparing of images. Previous releases introduced new layout options on the Web; they are now available on various mobile devices.

Presentation state: ResolutionMD has expanded its multi-site data access abilities, and can now view the DICOM GSPS from multiple PACS solutions, based on a single simultaneous geographical search. GSPS can be viewed on both Web and mobile devices, making image and results distribution even more meaningful to the physician.

IT level feature access configuration: ResolutionMD 3.1 is now completely configurable, flexible and customizable at the IT and license management level. ResolutionMD can now be configured to progressively add in levels of increased capability and sophistication to suit the needs of each site install.  A user can begin with basic 2D capabilities and then build upon that to include MiP/MPR and full 3D; mobility; and real time collaboration, with each incremental level of sophistication and capability available to suit the makeup and needs of the end users, and the budgets of the enterprise. 

"Over the past four years, ResolutionMD has grown from a great viewer into a powerful integrated component of Healthcare Interconnected Enterprise platforms used to securely access images, reports and patient data needed to make a whole-picture diagnosis of a patient, regardless of where the data resides geographically, or which vendor's storage system it is housed," says Pierre Lemire, president and CTO of Calgary Scientific. "We have grown strong relationships with leading luminary partners and those relationships have helped guide our product development so we are constantly leading the market with customer-focused technology innovations."

For more information: www.calgaryscientific.com

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