MIM Software Inc.


MIM Software Inc. offers a comprehensive suite of applications that support Radiology and Nuclear Medicine's important role in the patient care pathway.

MIM Software products emphasize the importance of quantitation, collaboration, and data management to provide physicians with the necessary information needed to generate confident clinical guidance and to inform effective treatments.

MIM Encore® provides advanced segmentation and image registration tools that are well-equipped to manage the latest advances in theranostics and other fields. MIM SurePlan™ MRT offers tools to support the feasibility of molecular radiotherapy dosimetry within the busy Nuclear Medicine workflow.

Quantitative images are needed to calculate accurate dosimetry, and SPECTRA Quant™ provides a vendor-neutral SPECT reconstruction method that pairs dynamically with existing SPECT/CT cameras. MIM Assistant® automates traditional clinical tasks and centralizes images and related data to a single repository.

Flexible deployment options allow easy access to MIM Software from anywhere. The result is greater access to critical patient information when in collaborative settings like tumor boards or for use in dictated reports.



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MIM Software Inc.
Cleveland, USA & Brussels, BE

www.mimsoftware.com/



Gianni Seeldraeyers
Clinical Support Engineer I
gseeldraeyers@mimsoftware.com
Tel: 003247-773-5777
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