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Annapolis, MD – Purview, the chief sponsor of Horos, the most popular open source medical imaging solution in use around the globe, announced today that it has released integrated Cloud Reporting in Horos enabling structured reporting that can be customized into templates, saved, and shared with a single keystroke. Horos is used by over 125,000 professionals in over 170 countries on every continent. Early reviews by the community are quite encouraging.
“Horos Cloud Reporting provides an efficient and effective tool for reporting and report sharing. I use it daily,” said veterinarian David Priest of Priest Equine PLLC.
Horos Cloud Reporting is a secure platform which can be easily launched from within Horos, a free, open source DICOM viewer. The solution contains customizable templates which enables users to add and edit logos, patient information fields, signatures, and more. Physicians and veterinarians can create, save, and share reports as DICOM files within minutes. Horos Cloud Reporting is available for a $1.99 per month subscription.
Radiologist Jarosław Skupiński said that Horos Cloud Reporting is the “best in the market, with great potential to make reporting even better.”
Purview is currently in the process of pursuing certification for Horos in both the USA and elsewhere, something that no other open source DICOM viewer has achieved.
Purview, the chief sponsor of the Horos Project, is an Annapolis, MD based technology company focused on enhancing how physicians, veterinarians, and patients view, access, transport, archive, and share medical images such as X-rays, MRIs, CT scans, and ultrasounds. Purview’s mission is to improve medical outcomes by enabling rich diagnostic data to be viewed and shared anywhere, anytime on any device. To learn more about how the Horos Project is changing the world of open source DICOM viewing, please visit www.horosproject.org.