Technology | December 29, 2014

Medweb Introduces Browser Neutral Enterprise Viewer, E-visit and Collaborative Web Radiology Viewer

Providers can connect with patients via smartphones, tablets and web-enabled computers

Enterprise Imaging, Remote Viewing Systems, RSNA 2014, Collaborative Web

Image courtesy of Medweb

December 29, 2014 — Medweb highlighted the browser neutral viewer for enterprise applications at RSNA 2014.  The Medweb insta-viewer provides distributed access to all DICOM imaging with 2-D and 3-D interactive capabilities, while working on all major browsers. The viewer supports ECG and general telemedicine devices for data capture and upload, as well as display in addition to conventional radiology devices.

Medweb also demonstrated its E-visit consultation engine that allows easy and fast video consultations between patients and physicians, with call routing and EMR /PACS integration.

Medweb’s Collaborative Web Radiology Viewer allows a radiologist to invite a referring doctor to a live video consult and discuss reports through a shared viewer via a conventional web browser. Integrating Medweb RIS/PACS with collaborative viewer tools combines teleradiology with a one-click live consultation. E-visit enables real-time clinical collaboration; simultaneously conducting video or audio consults with streaming high-resolution patient data such as EKG, ultrasound, physical exam video, vitals or DICOM images.

The Medweb Viewer is 5 megabytes, downloads in seconds and is available for continuous use.

For more information: www.medweb.com

 

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