Technology | PACS Accessories | March 21, 2016

Core Sound Imaging Introduces Studycast CoreShare Cardiac Image Storage and Reporting

Users of StudyCast cloud system can now securely send echocardiograms, ultrasound and other cardiac images in seconds

March 21, 2016 — Core Sound Imaging Inc., provider of Studycast cloud image storage and reporting solutions, introduced Studycast CoreShare.

The new CoreShare feature allows cardiologists, vascular specialists, obstetricians, sonographers and physicians to share echocardiograms, arterial images, ultrasounds and more with a colleague across the country in seconds. They can easily email a secure link of the study images directly to their patients as well.

Studycast CoreShare is quick and easy to use. Studycast users select studies they wish to share with an individual from within their Studycast account. They can then send the link via email or SMS to the intended party. The patient or colleague will be able to access the study images via CoreShare from their PC, tablet or smartphone, securely.

This feature is available for new and existing Studycast users. It does not require installation of any plugins or device downloads.

For more information: www.corestudycast.com

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