Technology | May 12, 2009

New PET/CT Viewer Launched as Web-Based Thin Client

May 12, 2009 - PETLinQ LLC, a radiology solutions provider, released its newest product innovation - SoftStationWeb - a thin client web-based application created for the viewing of full PET/CT data sets with fused images, requiring only a secure password and login; no downloading of any kind is needed.

PETLinQ will show the SoftStationWeb at the 2009 Society of Nuclear Medicine Conference, in Toronto, June 13-17.

SoftStationWeb offers a host of features that cater to the needs of these stakeholders. Referring physicians can have access to key reports and view full PET/CT studies via SoftStationWeb through their own referring physician portal. The referring physicians will have access to all the relevant tools, SUV/HU, axial, sagital, coronal data, triangulation, zooming, fusion blend and many other tools at their fingertips without the need to download cumbersome large data sets or client side software. With the use of this new technology, the need for burning CDs with embedded viewers is eliminated. Now, automated text messages can be sent to the portals directly as reports are made available for review. Even patients will now have the ability via SoftStationWeb to access their private patient portal to view reports, images, status updates from their physicians, schedule their appointments online and pay their bills through the PETLinQ patient portal.

For more information: www.petlinq.com

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