RSNA 2017 News

Nautilus Medical to debut new storage software

By staff writers
November 22, 2017

Nautilus Medical is set to release its new image exchange and DICOM and patient information storage and distribution software.

The company collaborated with the Google Cloud Platform Partner Program to create the technology, which will be unveiled at next week's RSNA annual meeting.

Nautilus Medical is using Google services to provide the image management and information exchange platform, which features hardware signatures, keystrokes, and mouse movements to create unique private keys to enhance data security.

In addition, built-in routing, editing, and anonymization features are designed to improve communication between caregivers and patients, the company said.

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