Technology | April 08, 2015

Calgary Scientific Partners with Apollo PACS to Extend Mobile and Web Image Access

Apollo will provide Calgary’s ResolutionMD enterprise-image viewer in its Enterprise Patient Multimedia Manager system

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April 8, 2015 — Calgary Scientific Inc. announced a partnership and distribution agreement with Apollo PACS. Calgary Scientific’s ResolutionMD enterprise image-viewer will be integrated with the Apollo Enterprise Patient Multimedia Manager (Apollo EPMM) to extend Web and mobile image access. The integration will help physicians make more informed decisions by enabling quick and secure access to medical images using desktop, Web or mobile devices.

Apollo EPMM is a single, secure interface for accessing patient multimedia across an enterprise. It gives healthcare providers a better way to view and manage their patient multimedia files and provides clinicians with a 360-degree view of their patients’ health. The ResolutionMD integration offers Apollo clients access to medical images, enabling healthcare providers to confidently perform clinical diagnoses and treatment decisions from web and mobile devices, using a solution with Class II U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance.

For more information: www.calgaryscientific.com

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