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HPN Releases a New Viewer for its Medical Image Sharing, PACS Software, PaxBox OneSource that Incorporates Zero Client

Athens, GA (PRWEB) March 29, 2013

The Healthy Panacea Network (HPN) has released a new viewer as part of its Paxbox OneSource cloud-based PACS and image sharing service. The new viewer bypasses interoperability problems typical with client-server software allowing healthcare providers to view medical images with any browser or smart device and reduces processing times for clients with lower bandwidths. HPN technologist said the new zero-client viewer comes as part of their efforts to constantly stay on top of industry trends, and their ever-responsive growth to adhere to their clients’ needs.

PaxBox Zero-client removes the need for client-server software or browser code downloads, addressing the need for access to medical images and sharing, but without the high risk to security associated with ActiveX controls. HPN’s PaxBox is a full featured PACS and enables medical facilities and physicians to view, interpret and report all within one system. The zero client viewer gives an alternative to medical image sharing and viewing.

“Our business is customer focused. Our customers wanted a product that they could take out of office, so we created it,” said Dr. Mohamed Hammady, COO of Healthy Panacea Network. “When they wanted a way to always be able to help their clients at a moment’s notice whether they were down the street or in Antigua, we gave it to them.”

PACS customers have historically recognized that the image sizes for medical imaging is a strain on their network infrastructure, causing costly and on-going network upgrades. The new PaxBox Zero-client addresses this with server-side processing. Now, a hospital can securely share images outside their network without increasing network or bandwidth speed.

PaxBox OneSource, a product of Healthy Panacea Network, uses cloud-based medical image sharing to help reduce duplicate images and improves accuracy, saving time and lives. Through the use of cloud computing, the company has taken interoperability to a new level of effectiveness.

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