Technology | June 03, 2015

Candelis Releases New Software for ImageGrid

Katmai offers improved visualization and manipulation of images from any modality and vendor

June 3, 2015 - Candelis Inc. announces availability of the latest version of its ImageGrid OS.

The new software, dubbed Katmai, has been highly optimized to improve visualization and allow for manipulation of virtually any imagery including Tomosynthesis (and Tomo cines), 3-D ultrasound, magnetic resonance images (MRIs), computed tomography (CTs) etc – from any vendor and all from a single workstation.

The existing Candelis customer base under service is entitled to this upgrade, which offers improved functionality including a simplified toolbar, more robust archiving and improved scheduling features, as well as TraumaCad integration support.

All Candelis solutions connect with and leverage ASTRA, its state-of-the-art cloud services which offer automated report, key image and study distribution, as well as affordable storage options that are HIPAA-compliant. ASTRA adoption continues to grow quickly among an expanding base of referring physicians who use it to easily receive studies and reports.

"The ImageGrid is pivotal in our radiology workflow and is the ideal cost-effective, innovative, and storage solution. The new platform has helped us become more efficient and more responsive to our referring physician community," said Naser Rahbar, M.D., of Huntington Beach Diagnostic Imaging and Breast Center in Huntington Beach, California.

For more information: www.candelis.com

Related Content

 Novarad, healthcare IT and medical imaging company, has recently entered into contract with Waverly Health Center (WHC) of Iowa to provide its award-winning solution for simply and securely sharing medical images and reports – CryptoChart.
News | Enterprise Imaging | May 12, 2021
May 12, 2021 — Novarad, healthcare IT and medical imaging company, has recently entered into contract with...
ScImage, Inc. celebrates its cloud partnership with Digirad Health (“Digirad”), a division of Star Equity Holdings, after a year of successful deployment of PICOM365 for mobile imaging. Digirad’s fleet of mobile SPECT, echocardiology, vascular and general ultrasound units combined with PICOM365’s cloud image management workflow leverage each company’s strengths to create an exemplary reading and reporting environment.
News | Archive Cloud Storage | March 30, 2021
March 30, 2021 — ScImage, Inc.
Latest FlashBlade enhancements let workflows take center stage, help enterprises realize the potential of modern, real-time analytics
News | Information Technology | May 12, 2020
May 12, 2020 — Pure Storage announced the availability of...
These solutions, the Lung Density Analysis II (LDA-II) workflow for Intuition and the Emergency Lung AI Suite, provide two deployment options for rapid access to lung segmentation and quantification tools that can be applied to a wide range of lung illnesses and have been optimized to adapt to the latest disease presentation states
News | Artificial Intelligence | May 07, 2020
May 7, 2020 — As COVID-19 makes its way across t
Coviant Software, a provider of managed file transfer software that provides an easy way to automate, secure, manage, and audit file transfers while maintaining the highest levels of security and compliance, has extended its Diplomat MFT product to support the Google Cloud Healthcare API. 
News | Information Technology | May 04, 2020
May 4, 2020 — Coviant Software, a provider of managed file transfer software that provides an easy way to automate, s
An example of artificial intelligence (AI) being developed by Hitachi to automatically review and identify nodules on lung CT scans. This is part of a suite of AI apps Hitachi is developing. This example was being shown as a work in progress at RSNA 2019.

An example of artificial intelligence (AI) being developed by Hitachi to automatically review and identify nodules on lung CT scans. This is part of a suite of AI apps Hitachi is developing. This example was being shown as a work in progress at RSNA 2019. Photo by Dave Fornell.

Feature | Artificial Intelligence | February 07, 2020 | Sanjay Parekh, Ph.D. 
February 7, 2020 – At the 2019 Radiological Society...