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  • S C Bose
  • Meddiff Technologies Pvt. Ltd.. Salarpuria Palladium, 3rd floor, #2021, 100 ft Road, HAL 2ndStage Ba, Meddiff Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (Our registered office) 81-84, Lady Ratan Tata Medical, Research Cen
  • Phone: 919886194980
  • URL: http://www.meddiff.com/
  • Meddiff Technologies (formerly known as MedSphere Technologies) is a global leader in Web based PACS, Enterprise PACS, Teleradiology, Enterprise Teleradiology, Telecardiology, Tele-Nuclear Medicine, and Medical Teleimaging solutions. Our streaming based medical imaging solutions store and transmit high quality DICOM/ non DICOM images necessary for diagnostic usability in quick time on minimal bandwidths. They are US FDA approved, HIPAA compliant, and conformant to HL7 standards. Headquartered in Bangalore, Meddiff Technologies has representation in US and Europe and channel partners across the globe. We have around 300 customers and more than 400 installed sites distributed across
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  • Meddiff brings InstaPACS - Customizable Web Based PACS ((Picture Archiving and Communication Systems) Solution
  • InstaPACS, a customizable WEB based PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication Systems) solution, is an archiving database server that stores high quality DICOM images and reports related to Radiology, Cardiology, Nuclear Medicine, Echo-Cardiology, Orthopedics, etc. It is a one-point source of information that is accessed by physicians over a local area network (LAN) and other specialists over the internet. InstaPACS is designed for single hospitals or medical centers.
  • February 25, 2012
  • Meddiff Technologies introduces InstaRad - Teleradiology Medical Imaging Solutions
  • InstaRad is a customizable and scalable radiology imaging solution designed for single hospitals and diagnostic centers. Within seconds, radiologists and referring physicians access high quality, diagnostically useful, compressed and decompressed radiographic images such as X-rays, CTs, MRIs and other modalities from any place, at any time, and over internet connections of any bandwidth.
  • February 11, 2012