Technology | November 20, 2014

Calgary Scientific Previews New ResolutionMD Functionality at RSNA 2014

Technology enables new ways of working for physicians by providing quick access to diagnostic images from any mobile or web device

Image courtesy of Calgary Scientific

The new ResolutionMD functionality, which will be showcased at the 2014 RSNA conference by Calgary Scientific, offers better access to health information, supports better teamwork and enhances communication among practitioners and patients by:

· Offering highly secure mobile viewing and live consultations via integrated voice and video capability

· Integrating voice dictation so caregivers can generate reports without being tied to a workstation

· Offering easy image exchange between healthcare facilitates in the event that a patient needs to be transferred to another location

· Extending access to non-DICOM data in real-time for all imaging modalities

· Improving integration with current health IT systems via HTML5 and XDS

· Expanding functionality to the Windows 8 mobile platform

· Integrating with the Epic EMR for quick access to entire patient records

In 2014, ResolutionMD was the first enterprise image-viewer to receive China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) certification for mobile diagnosis in China. As global demand for ResolutionMD has increased over the past year, Calgary Scientific opened offices in Asia and Europe to better support customers and partners in these regions.

For more information: www.offers.calgaryscientific.com/resolutionmd4

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