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Mirror® for iPad

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  • Health & Fitness
  • Medical
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Mirror® Consultation app for iPad
Specially designed for Canfield’s Mirror medical imaging software, this new iPad consultation app combines powerful image based patient communications with the convenience of a tablet.

Medical professionals can now access their complete Mirror database of client 2D and 3D images and data from anywhere in the facility. This provides a more engaging consultation experience for the client, and greater flexibility and convenience for the staff. White-board markup tools allow you to annotate the images in a variety of colors and save them to the patient chart. Display side by side images for pre and post op comparisons, or to visualize aesthetic simulations. You can also upload consultation sessions to ViewMyConsult®, Canfield's secure patient portal service, directly from the iPad screen. These compelling patient education and communication tools are now available on the iPad’s high resolution touch screen display, literally at your fingertips.

Application Features
· Extends your patient consultations to anywhere in the office
· Accesses all images and data stored in your Mirror desktop application or server database for any patient
· Simple graphical interface
· Side by Side image comparison
· White-boarding image markup tools for 2D images
· Image capture directly to the patient chart stored in the Mirror database
· Upload to Canfield's ViewMyConsult® patient portal

What’s New:
· 3D Viewer for VECTRA® captured images
· Enhanced UI
· Supports 22 languages

Hardware Requirements
· iPad with iOS 8 or higher
· For best experience rendering 3D content, iPad Air or above is recommended.

Other Requirements
· Mirror Software Version 7.4 or higher
· Mirror version 7.5.2 or higher for 22 language support and 3D viewing
· Current Mirror Canfield Care™ Support & Upgrade Agreement
· Current mobile license from Canfield
· Database name, computer name/hostname and username must be represented with the limited ASCII character subset.