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Applicare launches RadWorks WebViewer

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Applicare launches RadWorks WebViewerDutch PACS firm Applicare Medical Imaging has developed a beta version of RadWorks WebViewer, a Web-based image viewing product designed to run on Microsoft Explorer 4.0 or higher. RadWorks WebViewer employs

Applicare launches RadWorks WebViewer

Dutch PACS firm Applicare Medical Imaging has developed a beta version of RadWorks WebViewer, a Web-based image viewing product designed to run on Microsoft Explorer 4.0 or higher. RadWorks WebViewer employs the same user interface as Applicare's Windows NT-based Radworks PACS software and utilizes dynamic hypertext markup language (HTML). Images and reports can be retrieved from the server, which can access data from remote DICOM devices. The offering will include a licensed server and free downloadable client applications, which will install automatically,
according to the company. RadWorks WebViewer will be beta tested at several U.S. sites, including the University of Utah and the

USS Comfort

, a U.S. Navy ship.

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