Imaging - Smartphone apps for clinical trials

EFilm Mobile, by Merge Healthcare

EFilm Mobile is an extension to Merge Healthcare's Workstation 3.3 platform. It gives users secure access to work lists and studies via iPhone or iPod touch, providing some medical imaging workflow capabilities. Users can view, pan and zoom in on images.

Wireless and 3G network compatibility allow investigators to connect via iPhone to multiple eFilm Workstations; likewise, multiple iPhone users can connect to one eFilm Workstation. Announcement

eUnity, by Client Outlook
Via the eUnity medical imaging app from Client Outlook, clinicians can wirelessly stream MRI scans on the Blackberry PlayBook tablet. Image zooming is accomplished via finger gestures.

Client Outlook is one of several BlackBerry Alliance members developing applications using the tablet's operating system software developer kit for Adobe Air. The app provider plans to combine Flash with the company's server technology for quick rendering of diagnostic images. Article

Imaging - Smartphone apps for clinical trials

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