Agfa HealthCare launches ICIS for portable and web capture at SIIM 2014.

To set up for a personal discussion during SIIM 2014, make sure you email , or visit or Agfa HealthCare launches ICIS for portable and web capture at SIIM 2014, extending the ‘Evolution of Visual Health care’ to smart mobile phones and tablets Extending the ‘Evolution of Visual Healthcare’ to cellular devices, Agfa HealthCare announced today the launch of its new web-enabled mobile image administration technology that provides the energy of ICIS to iPhones, iPads, Web, and Android cellular digital devices. Doing this, the technology fosters improved physician-to-physician engagement across departments and beyond the hospital's walls, even though creating a host that empowers patients to become more informed and involved in the care management process.Peter M. Okin, M.D., F.A.C.C., Professor of Medicine at Weill Medical University of Cornell University in New York, who was not linked to this study, said it had been well confirmed and performed earlier observations. Okin said. He said doctors should look more carefully at patients with an increase of QRS duration on their electrocardiograms, even when they do not have other signs of heart failure risk. Nora F. Goldschlager, M.D., F.A.C.C., at San Francisco General Hospital, who also was not connected with this study, said the full total result was not surprising. Goldschlager said.

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