Technology | May 11, 2009

Vital Images to Showcase Vitrea Web at SIIM 2009

May 11, 2009 – Vital Images Inc. will showcase Vitrea Web, a new solution exclusive to ViTAL Enterprise customers, that provides anywhere access to all of Vital Images’ powerful clinical applications at the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) Annual Meeting, June 4-7 in Charlotte, NC.

Vitrea Web is designed to provide users with everywhere access to Vital Images’ powerful advanced clinical applications via the Web. With Vitrea Web, customers have the same capabilities of a standalone workstation – review, analyze and communicate findings, all from any PC. Vitrea Web enables advanced best of breed clinical applications access throughout the healthcare enterprise.

According to Robert S. Schwartz, MD, FACC, Minneapolis Heart Institute. “Vitrea Web’s performance is outstanding and allows me to have uncompromised access to advanced visualization. Regardless of whether it is a routine cardiovascular exam, or an emergency case in the middle of the night, Vitrea Web allows me to respond quickly and effectively.”

Vitrea Web supports integration with PACS and EMR offerings via a standard URL interface to provide access to advanced visualization as part of the standard imaging workflow. Users will have the ability to access all tools regardless of whether they are at the hospital, in their office, or at virtually any remote location. This technology is also optimized for low-bandwidth connections so it will perform well when accessing remotely from home.

For more information: www.vitalimages.com

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