CHICAGO, Dec. 1, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Claron Technology announced the introduction of Nil, a software solution allowing radiologists to give their referring physicians secure access to live reported studies inside or outside the hospital network. Physicians can access the data through a referring physician web portal and receive dynamic bookmarks through email or pdf reports with embedded live links. The live reports can contain complete 2D studies plus multiplanar and 3D reconstructions. All the common modalities are supported including X-ray, CR, DR, CT, MR, Pet-CT, SPECTS, US, SC and DICOM embedded PDF. The viewer can run anywhere a Web browser is available, on Windows, Apple, Linux, iPad, iPhone, Android and Blackberry.
Radiologist can organize collaboration sessions with their referring physicians where all participants share and annotate the same study in real time. By providing an enhanced experience to their physicians, Nil allows hospitals, radiology groups and imaging centers to maintain and increase their referral base.
"Nil extends to radiology the easy distribution and collaborations capabilities of the Web and the mobile world that we take for granted in many other parts of our lives. It has already been integrated by a major modality manufacturer and the feedback at RSNA has been phenomenal, especially on the collaboration functionality," says Claudio Gatti, co-CEO and co-founder of Claron Technology.
Nil is also a perfect match for providers of data storage both in the cloud or in more classical archiving solution. Nil is a non diagnostic tool, but it complies with HIPAA regulation by providing industry standard security access through Windows authentication and SSL encryption. The server backend is scalable to accommodate an expanding user base and it has been designed to run in a Web farm environment.
Visit Claron at booth 1006D in the Lakeside hall to get a live demonstration of Nil.
About Claron Technology Inc. (www.clarontech.com)
Claron Technology develops and markets sophisticated image analysis and visualization software components and applications for the medical device market, as well as a family of unique stereoscopic pose-tracking products. Amongst Claron's customers are top-tier diagnostic imaging and medical device companies, and many of the most prestigious medical centers in North-American, Europe, China and Japan. Our analysis and visualization software is currently used by technologists and clinicians at thousands of locations worldwide. Claron Technology Inc., founded in 2001, is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.
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