[vc_column width=”1/2″]AMERICAN FORK, Utah—Medical software company Novarad will display its latest advancements at the Radiological Society of North America’s (RSNA) 2014 meeting in Chicago.
Novarad’s most anticipated products include an improved MARZ Universal Viewer, a redesigned user interface and NovaGlass, a service that enables users to view images on any device.
The latest version of the MARZ Universal Viewer will introduce a different, more user-friendly layout and more advanced tools. With the viewer’s new features, users can access all of their pictures instantly and will even be able to upload images on the fly.
“[Users] will love how easy [the universal viewer] is to work with and how it puts the whole patient record in one place,” Paul Shumway, Senior Vice President of Novarad, said. “It’s very easy to see anything relating to the patient, whether it’s from radiology or any other department.”
To further enable connectivity and mobility within the medical field, Novarad’s NovaGlass will allow users to run the company’s enterprise viewer on any device and access it from any location with an Internet connection.
Novarad is also introducing a new orbital user interface for use in many of its software programs.
“With the orbital menu, people will have easier access to more of our advanced features,” Tim Law, President of Novarad, said. “It will make it easier for users to set up their interface the way they want it to be.”
Novarad’s orbital tool palette gives a new look and feel to current Novarad software. It is optimized for low-light reading environments and is completely viewer configurable through its drag-and-drop interface.
RSNA 2014 will take place Nov. 30 through Dec. 5. Find Novarad at booth 8103.