New release: ResolutionMD® 8.1 takes clinician collaboration further

November 4, 2021

The latest version of ResolutionMD® - 8.1 - is now available. For the past 20 years, we’ve had the goal of making viewing, analyzing, and collaborating with medical images as easy as sending an email or online banking. The new features and performance enhancements in our latest release bring us closer to having that vision come to life. 

Here’s what’s new in ResMD 8.1.

Mammo Tomosynthesis support

ResMD 8.1 now offers support for mammo tomosynthesis images. As an enhanced version of the traditional 2D mammography, mammo tomosynthesis delivers a 3D digital image, helping doctors more accurately identify whether there have been any changes in the breast tissue.

The huge file sizes associated with these studies have been a challenge for all parts of the medical imaging industry and ResMD 8.1 has new developments to deliver these images to end users in a timely and usable manner.

New patient-centric searching

Our latest release reduces the friction of finding patient information. It allows clinicians to perform searches at the patient level, rather than at the study level. An initial search returns a list of matching patients, then a clinician can further refine their search by Modality or Date. This builds on our existing search functionalities that allow clinicians to intelligently search multiple archives, achieve faster performance through tiered archive searching, and narrow searchers by a number of parameters including demographics, modalities, and date ranges. 

Performance improvements

ResMD 8.1 now supports the Nvidia Tesla T4 GPU, offering greater performance and supporting more machine types in the various cloud providers, as well as support for Red Hat 8.4. 

Frame-by-Frame loading support has been added for DICOMWeb integrations — It is now possible to enable frame level loading in the configurator per data source. Enabling this functionality can dramatically improve the time-to-first image display for large, multi-frame objects.

In our ongoing effort to ensure compatibility with new mobile operating systems and devices, the ResolutionMD iOS app is now supported on iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, as well as validated on iPhone 13 / iPhone 13 Pro.

Security updates

Security is the top priority when deploying our ResMD solution, and we ensure each release accounts for the latest vulnerabilities. In ResMD 8.1, we’ve added support for the latest standards in encryption and browser safeguards. We’ve also made many under-the-hood improvements to harden security.

New Series Navigation workflow tools

We’ve made it easier than ever to progress through available series. While viewing a series, a forward arrow will allow the clinician to view the next unviewed series in the available view ports. This builds on the user-friendly navigation found previously in ResMD in which clinicians can quickly view the next or previous DICOM or non-DICOM series in a study and navigate to objects (e.g.,GSPS, CSPS, KO, or KIN) within a given study.

We’ve also enhanced toolbar groupings on smaller screens to provide clinicians easier and quicker access to the most commonly used tools on mobile devices.

3rd party authentication services now integrated

ResMD 8.1 gives healthcare organizations more flexibility to manage their users using their preferred tools. Third-party authentication services using OAuth2/OpenID are now supported, meaning services such as Okta, Google, and others can be integrated into ResMD 8.1. 

Continuous innovation to support your ongoing collaboration

ResMD 8.1 is the latest iteration of our efforts to continuously innovate the ResolutionMD product, so that clinicians have the user-friendly, high performance technology they need to optimize collaboration. 

View the full Feature Sheet here.

Interested in learning more about ResolutionMD? Get in touch here with a member of our team for a demo.


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