Technology | March 03, 2015

Heart Imaging Technologies Launches Precession Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Software

Application allows shared remote viewing, analysis and reporting

Heart Imaging Technologies, Precession, cardiac magnetic resonance, software

Image courtesy of Heart Imaging Technologies

March 3, 2015 — Heart Imaging Technologies announced the release of Precession, a cardiac magnetic resonance solution which allows viewing, analysis and reporting all within a standard web browser. Precession combines zero-footprint Web technology with communication and distribution features to provide CMR professionals with a single solution capable of managing all the critical functions of a successful CMR program.

In addition to viewing, analysis and reporting capabilities, Precession offers real-time collaboration functionality, allowing geographically separated colleagues to interact with each other while navigating studies series by series, even illustrating cardiac findings on each other's desktops.

Further, because Precession CMR Reporting provides comprehensive structured reports, extensive research and data mining can be achieved by those same colleagues, helping to promote and advance the CMR medical imaging modality.

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