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Imaging Informatics Solutions Provider ClearCanvas Debuts Vendor Neutral PACS Cleome

Press Release | ClearCanvas Inc. | September 10, 2013

ClearCanvas introduces its unique new vendor neutral PACS, Cleome, to its portfolio of commercial products. This web-based breakthrough solution features fast diagnostic viewing of all medical images using zero-footprint HTML5, anytime, anywhere. Read More »

Belgian Hospitals use Open Source Imaging Tool

Two hospitals in the Belgian city of Liège are using Orthanc to exchange their medical imaging information. Three more hospitals are considering to start using this free and open source software solution for the management of their medical images. This lightweight system, developed at the University Hospital of Liège, helps hospitals to facilitate the exchange between clinical departments, specialists and hospitals. The software allows them to archive and retrieve images, while offering scalability and flexibility.

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Doctors Get Their Own Cringe-Worthy Instagram

Sean Fitz-gerald | Mashable | June 11, 2013

A new photo-sharing network is changing the way healthcare professionals interact and learn from one another. It's not for those with weak stomachs. Read More »

Heart Imaging Technologies Announces OsiriX Interface for its web-based image management application, WebPAX®

Press Release | Heart IT | October 15, 2013

Heart Imaging Technologies announced today the release of the [open source] OsiriX interface for the WebPAX® image management system. Read More »

How 3D Printing Will Rebuild Reality

Steven Ashley | Boing Boing | June 10, 2013

When Star Trek debuted in the mid-60s, everybody geeked out about the food synthesizers. [...] Years later, I wasn’t the only one craving the replicators of Star Trek:The Next Generation for my home workshop... Read More »

Imaging Informatics Solutions Provider ClearCanvas Debuts Vendor Neutral PACS Cleome

Press Release | ClearCanvas Inc. | September 10, 2013

ClearCanvas introduces its unique new vendor neutral PACS, Cleome, to its portfolio of commercial products. This web-based breakthrough solution features fast diagnostic viewing of all medical images using zero-footprint HTML5, anytime, anywhere. Read More »

Kitware Receives Funds From U.S. Air Force Research Lab To Extend The Bender Toolkit For Anatomical Model Repositioning

Press Release | Kitware | July 31, 2013

This new Phase I project will enable researchers to change the pose of anatomical models from medical images. Such manipulations facilitate a variety of ergonomic and anatomic studies and have the potential to lead to an improved understanding of how emitted energies, such as cell phone signals, effect the human body. Read More »

OpenEMR Releases Medical Image Viewing Support

Press Release | OpenEMR | March 26, 2018

OpenEMR...announces support for a web-based medical image visualizer within a patient record. Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) is a de-facto standard for storing medical imaging data from MRI, CT, and X-ray systems. It is used in essentially all fields of medicine including radiology, cardiology, oncology, and dentistry and can be found in hospital, clinic, and laboratory settings alike. By using a capable open-source, web-based DICOM image viewer, OpenEMR provides clinicians a quick, secure, and robust view into patient images with windowing, panning, zooming, and filtering support.

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Review: Figure1 Clinical Image Sharing App For iPhone (VIDEO)

Dan Buckland | Medgadget | May 28, 2013

Figure1 is a free iOS app (Android to come) debuting today at the Apple app store that hopes to be a “crowdsourced medical image library that healthcare professionals can use to share, rank, and discuss images.” [...] Read More »

Study: Patients Want Online Access To Medical Images

Jennifer Bresnick | EHR Intelligence | July 10, 2013

In a new study by IDR Medical and Carestream Health, researchers found that patients were interested in accessing medical images such as x-rays, CT scans, and mammograms through an online patient portal, with 68% saying it was “extremely likely” they would do so if given the option. Read More »