PLEASANTON, Calif., May 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Altamont Software, Inc., a dynamic new entry into the medical imaging marketplace,will unveil the Altamont Connectivity Platform at this week's Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) annual meeting in Pittsburgh, PA. This platform is the foundation for a variety of image connectivity apps allowing sites to connect clinical
Inherent in Altamont's platform are enterprise level deployment, management, security and auditing functions that are often lacking in current offerings. "Our healthcare partner institutions have expressed frustration at the lack of basic enterprise functions that are readily available in non-healthcare environments," said Haisley Carwin, President of Altamont Software. "Requiring IT staff to circulate throughout a hospital to manage or upgrade every desktop application is no longer a viable option."
One of Altamont's featured applications built on their connectivity platform is Image Inbox, a powerful tool to manage outside exams and automatically update patient and study demographics. Image Inbox offers substantial time savings by streamlining user intensive manual study reconciliation.
About Altamont Software
Altamont Software develops leading edge medical image connectivity software. Altamont's next generation applications are designed with intrinsic enterprise software capabilities. These critical features comprise Altamont's connectivity platform, which serves as the cornerstone for our full line of medical imaging products. For more information, visit us at www.altamontsoftware.com.
ContactsAltamont SoftwareChris Barnett(925) [email protected]
Altamont Connectivity Platform Details
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