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Treatment Decisions Require Accreditation.

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Diagnostic vs Non-Diagnostic Image Viewers - Know the Difference

Learn why using accredited software is important, the risks of using non-accredited options and access key criteria that will help you make the most informed choice.

Medical image-viewing technologies have enabled unprecedented levels of flexibility in the way diagnoses are made but there are many options and they are not all created equal. It’s important to fully understand the implications of using a non-accredited image viewer for diagnostic decisions.

Treatment Decisions Require Accreditation

If your medical imaging software does not have FDA Class II clearance for 2D or MIP/MPR, should you risk using it to make treatment decisions?

This whitepaper will help you to understand:

  • What Constitutes a Diagnostic Image Viewer?
  • “Diagnostic Quality” vs. Being Cleared for Diagnosis
  • Key criteria to consider when looking at different medical image viewing options
  • Risks involved in using a non-accredited enterprise imaging platforms