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BRIT Systems to Show Cloud-based Image Platform

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BRIT Systems Inc. will be highlighting its RoentgenWorks DICOM Cloud, a free server with HTML-5 image viewer.

BRIT Systems Inc. will be highlighting its RoentgenWorks DICOM Cloud, a free server with HTML-5 image viewer, at HIMSS this week.

Using this secure, browser-based platform, users can upload, view, and share medical images and reports. They can also manage email invites to colleagues and patients to view images using BRIT’s WebWorks view or the DoctorWorks iPad app.

Users do not need to download software to use the RoentgenWorks DICOM Cloud. Sites can add storage beyond the free 5GB for an additional fee, according to the company, as well as add utilities that work in the cloud, including a vendor-neutral archive, critical results reporting, dictation and peer review.

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