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Imation releases ClinicalAccess

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Imation releases ClinicalAccessImation has introduced ClinicalAccess, a low-cost, Windows 95 or NT 4.0-based offering that provides image distribution to referring physicians over a local area network. Medical images and information are routed

Imation releases ClinicalAccess

Imation has introduced ClinicalAccess, a low-cost, Windows 95 or NT 4.0-based offering that provides image distribution to referring physicians over a local area network. Medical images and information are routed from an institution's PACS to a ClinicalAccess server, where they can be viewed by referring physicians from their PC-based computers. Due to the client server configuration, several physicians can simultaneously view the same image, according to the Oakdale, MN-based company.

The ClinicalAccess system's display, which allows for viewing of radiologist notes and annotations from any Imation AutoRad diagnostic workstation, is available either as a turnkey solution or a software-only package.

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