Technology | July 27, 2012

Compressus, Calgary Scientific Announce Integration to Drive Virtual Medical Imaging

July 27, 2012 — Compressus, an interoperability and workflow solutions company, and Calgary Scientific Inc. today announced an integration agreement designed to improve physician productivity, reduce enterprise costs and increase patient safety. The agreement covers the integration of Compresses' MEDxConnect System v4.0 interoperability and workflow platform and the ResolutionMD software solution from Calgary Scientific.

The integrated solution will provide users with secure, real time, diagnostic quality access to patient data and images in picture archiving and communication system (PACS), vender neutral archive (VNA), and cloud archive environments from a consolidated worklist. The ability to integrate with existing PACS and archive architectures preserves existing technology investments and eliminates the need to move images from one PACS system to another to engage the onsite viewer. The result is enhanced access to priors from multiple locations for seamless display, improving user productivity and patient care.

Integrating MEDxConnect v4.0 robust "drag and drop" interoperability solutions with the shared collaborative capabilities of Calgary Scientific's ResolutionMD will allow end users to modify their workflows to meet procedural, regulatory and financial changes as well as accommodate current and future technology and data access needs rapidly and cost-effectively.

ResolutionMD software enables users to initiate a shared collaboration session from any device, utilizing a single instance of the software running on a server located securely at any location. Supporting a group of collaborating physicians through a simple link to the session, each user can see the entire software session and every user in the group has the option of taking full control, and operating the software as though it was running on their own workstation.

Critically, no data or software is ever downloaded and when the session is complete, no trace of session is left on any collaborator's system. ResolutionMD facilitates this advanced workflow and group sharing even on minimal wireless bandwidth. The heavily patented virtual architecture uniquely addresses the medical industry's ever growing and significant need for real solutions to the "real time data access," "big data," and "extreme security" issues that plague effective operations. Because the ResolutionMD solution universally plugs into any type of digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM)-based PACs, VNA, or cloud archive, and is remotely clustered at the server level by its PureWeb foundation platform, a wide geographic grid of stored data can be searched and securely accessed in real time.

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