Calgary Scientific Inc., a company known for creating transformative technology that reshapes industries, is ramping-up for the annual Radiological Society of America (RSNA) meeting held in Chicago at the end of November. More than 60,000 attendees will gather to see the latest in radiology tools, trends and technology. Calgary Scientific is going into the show this year following its strongest year to date, having signed numerous deals and introduced some of the most noteworthy products in radiology this year. We will also be joined at RSNA 2012 by many of our partners, including Fujifilm, Hologic, Infinitt, Compressus, Dell, and AT&T. Backed by our FDA clearances for ResolutionMD™ over the web and on mobile iOS devices, Calgary Scientific is truly going beyond in the healthcare sector.
By Brian T. Horowitz. The Mayo Clinic, a nonprofit organization that provides medical care, research and education, has released a study revealing that radiology images shown on an iPhone screen are suitable for evaluation by doctors as if they were on a typical picture archiving and communication system (PACS) or on a desktop.
President and CTO Pierre Lemire to speak at Cybera Summit, Banff, Canada
Press release from Mayo Clinic Phoenix. A new Mayo Clinic study confirms the use of smartphones medical images to evaluate stroke patients in remote locations through telemedicine. The study is the first to test the effectiveness of smartphone teleradiology applications in a real-world telestroke network.