Technology | June 23, 2010

New Medical Imaging Software Available for Macs

June 23, 2010 – Mac users now have a new option for viewing radiology images and reports. Intelerad Medical Systems this week announced their new InteleViewer for Mac, which is designed specifically for referring physicians.

The InteleViewer offers high-performance streaming of data for remote viewing and customizable layouts, full support for FDA-approved medical-grade displays, and administration tools that let radiology groups define user and application preferences as well as access permissions, making InteleViewer for Mac a fully Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)-compliant application.

The InteleViewer supports the entire range of Mac systems running Mac OS X Snow Leopard — from MacBook notebooks and iMac desktops to MacPro workstations — and is easy to use from home or from the office.

InteleViewer for Mac will be offered under an enterprise-wide licensing model for versatile use and will be available concurrently with the upcoming IntelePACS and InteleOne releases.

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