RSNA 2018 News
By staff writers
November 26, 2018

Imaging software developer PureWeb is introducing its new cloud-based Spaces software for virtual meetings of healthcare professionals at RSNA 2018 in Chicago.

Spaces enables secure, flexibly timed meetings of multidisciplinary teams, image-intensive applications, and critical patient data in a single cloud-based system that may be accessed using any browser and on any device in real-time, according to PureWeb, formerly Calgary Scientific.

Features include 360° patient data access, multiple desktop applications, anywhere mobility, full audio-visual communications, artificial intelligence integration, and cloud deployment.

Spaces builds on the company's software that enables secure, collaborative viewing of 2D/3D images and expands it to other diagnostic and communications tools, according to the company.

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