As of May 4th you will see some new features in UltraLinq to simplify your workflow even further when it comes to historical exams. Compare Previous Exams While you’ve always been able to view previous exams stored in UltraLinq we’ve taken it a step further and consolidated them into a tab in the viewer so
As threats seem to develop faster then the functionalities of healthcare IT solutions it is important to keep cloud security front of mind when making any purchasing or deployment decisions. Many entities, both government and private have worked to create assessments to help with these decisions, but none has been created that is quite so
UltraLinq is pleased to announce the acquisition of Cardiostream LLC. Cardiostream, much like UltraLinq, specialize in the medical image management space, have shared roots and are well established in the world of cardiac imaging. According to Stephen Farber, CEO of UltraLinq, “The decision to acquire Cardiostream is rooted in UltraLinq’s continuing drive to broaden its
Deciding between a traditional PACS and a cloud-based PACS can be a difficult task. Take this quiz to find out if you should be cloud-based or hardware dependent.
The UltraLinq team would like to wish you and yours a happy holiday season and an amazing 2016. By now we’re sure you’ve noticed the annual holiday deluge of charity awareness adorning your inbox and Facebook walls, but we would like to take a minute to recognize a great charity that helped us (and many
UltraLinq is used in hospitals, educational facilities, research labs and more throughout the US and UK. Here’s why one of our mobile ultrasound providers chose UltraLinq to streamline their image management workflow: “I started a mobile US business over a year ago. It was important to me to do things “right” so I sought the
By: Stefan Stanisic
Crash and Burn: Design in Medical Software Once, in a doctor’s office, an orthopedic surgeon took out her iPhone and told me “You should see this.” She pulled up a video of a medical device; it was of a drill with a particularly useful head. With a push of a button, the drill head would