computers_connect_1 - usedScImage, Los Altos, Calif, has released PicomWebLink, which provides facilities with an alternative to burning unsecured CDs containing confidential patient information.? The technology uses ScImage’s PICOM365 Web-enabled platform and allows an authorized user to share a secure WebLink, which includes access code and expiration date, to patients and physicians outside of the network.?Images are viewable on any device and with any operating system.

“Healthcare institutions spend large amounts of money on securing patient information,” said Sai Raya, PhD, founder and chief executive of ScImage. “But what happens when a CD leaves the premises?? PicomWebLink allows you to share exam images within the security of the cloud, and without the limitations of physical media.”

ScImage’s PICOM365 Enterprise PACS unifies diagnostic reading and reporting of all medical imaging exams within a single platform.? PicomWebLink is available to facilities regardless of whether their enterprise data is stored in the cloud, on premise, or both.? PicomWebLink is also available via PicomCloud, ScImage’s cloud PACS solution.

For more information, visit ScImage.


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