Technology | November 10, 2014

Siemens Mobile Viewing App Now Available for syngo.via users

syngo.via WebViewer allows high-speed, high-quality image viewing on the iPad

November 10, 2014 — Siemens announces the availability of its integrated mobile viewing application syngo.via WebViewer for all users of the newest syngo.via (VA30) image reading software. With the delivery of syngo.via VA30, users will automatically have the capability to easily and rapidly view images on mobile devices within a hospital network or on the go.

When syngo.via users are without access to a diagnostic workstation, they will be able to view images and reports directly on the iPad. High-quality image display capabilities with high speed allow for fast image viewing away from the workstation — even in time-critical cases. 

syngo.via WebViewer also fosters close patient involvement and makes it easier than ever. For example, instead of bringing stationary patients into an office or reading room, 3-D images can be used to promptly and comfortably explain the diagnosis and discuss treatment directly with the patient — wherever they are located.
 
Fast viewing of images within the hospital enterprise is especially needed in larger hospital settings where examination rooms, reading rooms, treatment rooms, and patients are all located in different parts of the hospital campus. Through a secure connection, this mobile application makes it possible for radiologists to view images from anywhere within the reach of a hospital network, and easily share information with fellow physicians in other departments.

The mobile viewing app can be accessed from a standard Web browser or an iPad.

For more information: www.healthcare.siemens.com

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