Technology | December 01, 2010

Secure Mobile Imaging Viewing Application Launched

December 1, 2010 – A secure advanced visualization application lets physicians access and view critical patient information from anywhere via a Web browser or mobile device. ResolutionMD 2.5, by Calgary Scientific, utilizes the company’s PureWeb technology to ensure that patient information is never duplicated or retained on the device.

It can be used on a Web browser or touch-based devices such as the iPad, iPhone and Android platform. Since the images are not stored on the mobile or remote device, no patient data can ever be compromised if the device is lost or stolen.

Having secure, anywhere access to this critical information in acute care scenarios can lead to faster assessments, enabling faster treatment and better outcomes for the patient. The convenience of securely accessing information via a browser or mobile device enables patient information and images to be shared with a broader community of specialists, referring physicians and other healthcare professionals. This enhances communications within the healthcare team and the patient and enables more efficient and timely initiations of any required treatments.

For more information: www.calgaryscientific.com

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