News | Remote Viewing Systems | October 14, 2015

GE Healthcare Releases Resource Guide for Centricity Universal Viewer Zero Footprint

Guide offers one-stop access to resources for mobile image viewing via Centricity Universal Viewer

GE Healthcare, Centricity Universal Viewer Zero Footprint Resource Guide, ITN, Centricity ZFP

October 14, 2015 — The eight-page Centricity Universal Viewer Zero Footprint (ZFP) Resource Guide from GE Healthcare provides an interactive solution for physicians who are looking to gain more information about this mobile viewing tool with anytime, anywhere access, where Internet is available.

The guide is available digitally and contains links to resources such as a video demonstration, webinar, testimonials and a case study.

Physicians can learn more about how the Centricity Universal Viewer ZFP helps simplify access to images for non-diagnostic viewing. In the webinar hosted by GE Healthcare and ITN, key personnel identify the capabilities of the system and how a regional medical center helped foster referrer relationships through its use. Other customers provide visual testimonial explaining how the viewer has benefited their facilities.

For more information: http://mydigimag.rrd.com/publication?i=275524

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