Technology | September 09, 2011

Free SeeMyRadiology.com Application Provides Mobile Access to Image Sharing Services

September 9, 2011 — Medical image sharing website SeeMyRadiology.com has introduced a free, downloadable application for the iPhone or iPad to connect directly to the site’s cloud. Users can also make use of a full range of search and image manipulation tools.

The new app enhances collaboration by enabling users to instantaneously access and share diagnostic quality images and reports through a single, comprehensive Web portal, regardless of geographic location.  

“SeeMyRadiology.com was already in use and very popular with our surgeons—especially neurosurgeons, general surgeons and orthopedists”, said Carlos Carrasco, corporate director of business development & innovation at Orlando Health. “Use of the iPhone app is now really taking off because it especially meets the needs and demands of surgeons for medical image sharing in situations that can be a matter of life or death.” 

The new application is already in use at health systems across the country, including Orlando Health (Fla.), the University of Utah and Ohio State University. It is available as a free download from the Apple App Store.

For more information: www.seemyradiology.com

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