Merge Healthcare opens its code

Merge Healthcare, a company that seems to be back on its feet after an accounting scandal, a trip through bankruptcy and a change of management, is opening up some of its proprietary code for outside development. The Milwaukee-based company announced today that it has released several SDKs for imaging technologies, including x-ray and tumor tracking.

Speaking of tracking, many of you probably are wondering where I've been. Yes, I was away on a semi-vacation for about eight days, though I was working while I was gone. I've been doing most of my commentary of late at FierceMobileHealthcare and FierceEMR. I hope not to neglect this blog as much in the future, but we'll see.

 

Neil Versel blogs regularly at Neil Versel's Healthcare IT Blog.

Topics: RIS and PACS