Technology | Remote Viewing Systems | July 24, 2017

TomTec Unveils TomTec Zero Cardiovascular Viewing Software

Next-generation zero-footprint viewer is accessible through a web browser, allowing freedom and flexibility with TomTec’s remote reading capabilities

TomTec Unveils TomTec Zero Cardiovascular Viewing Software

July 24, 2017 — TomTec Zero is the latest addition to the TomTec portfolio. Now every physician reading cardiovascular studies at locations such as the office, reading room or from home will have full diagnostic access to all images and clinical tools, including automated strain measurements.

With mobile devices such as laptops and tablets becoming ever more suitable for daily use, TomTec developed TomTec Zero. The software allows users to utilize everyday necessities in the clinical work environment as well as providing easy access to all of clinical tools, 2-D and 3-D. The solution delivers reliable image quality and measurement results within TomTec-Arena. TomTec Zero supports the clinician’s workflow to increase efficiency and improve patient outcomes. Sales will commence after the release end of 2017.

Cardiologists are now able to review images on mobile devices at any time. Whether they are working in the hospital, attending a conference or at home, pertinent information is just a click away. Referring physicians can instantly access reports and studies to get results rapidly from the cardiologist. Surgeons and anesthesiologists are able to review clinical data on laptops or tablets for surgical planning away from their usual workstation. Satellite locations can collaborate with expert readers from the central site to deliver excellent patient care.

TomTec Zero can be deployed in either a private or public cloud environment. From a data-security point of view it does not store patient information on devices to avoid exposure of patient data. Globally approved as a diagnostic solution, the software provides image review, comprehensive measurements, automated image analysis, measurement mappings and reporting. It integrates with picture archiving and communication systems (PACS), vendor neutral archives (VNA) and electronic medical records (EMR).

For more information: www.tomtec.com

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