Press Release

OpusZoom® Magnifier Elite Edition software enables, for any website, responsive viewing of ultra-high resolution images over the Internet on any size device.

June 16, 2014

Ideal for medical images and Digital Pathology, the OpusZoom® Magnifier Elite Edition extends the product’s networked, high-resolution image viewing capabilities to ultra-high resolution (gigapixel) images. The unique, patented software product affords websites a high-resolution image viewing capability via a virtual lens that shows areas of interest of an image in high resolution while preserving the context, simulating a magnifying glass or microscope. It includes numerous performance enhancement methods to provide excellent response times when viewing images over a network. The proprietary technology can scale to ultra-high resolution levels such as gigapixel Digital Pathology whole slide scans.

The OpusZoom® Magnifier is used across the Opus Medicus website in the online courses (for example, courses 10014 and 10095) and the Medical Image Library. The magnifier is also available in the OpusShare® Secure Document/Image Sharing & Transfer service, allowing users to securely share documents and high-resolution images with specific persons, while complying with HIPAA information security regulations.

For more information on the OpusZoom® Magnifier, including demonstrations and a free trial copy for testing with your website, go to

About Opus Medicus

Opus Medicus was founded on the singular vision of harnessing information technology to promote public health. The pillars of this vision are our online Continuing Medical Education (CME) Courses, our Medical Image Library, and our Knowledge Sharing Service. Together these provide invaluable resources and tools for physicians and healthcare organizations.

In Continuing Medical Education (CME), Opus Medicus is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). This accreditation authorizes us to award AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ to physicians who complete our courses. In the current demanding environment for physicians' time and rapidly expanding information era, our offerings provide ready access to up-to-date information translatable into enhanced physician performance and patient outcomes. We utilize leading-edge technologies and leverage the capabilities of the Internet to deliver CME courses by leading physicians, scientists, and educators to physicians worldwide at a time and place of their choosing.

Our CME courses are designed to provide interactive learning experiences with the aim of expanding awareness and knowledge of disease presentation, pathophysiology, methods and criteria for diagnosis, and best practices. Courses address Maintenance of Certification (MOC) areas (medical knowledge, patient care, interpersonal and communication skills, practice-based learning and improvement, professionalism, and systems-based practice). Physicians are afforded a premier CME learning experience. This includes advanced, scientifically-sound, and objective course content free of commercial bias, incorporating premier course delivery, convenience, and diligent course evaluation analysis. Our course directors and education and advisory board members are at the top of their fields.

Our Medical Image Library is a valuable, free reference resource for physicians. The library contains hundreds of high quality images, including numerous rare conditions. Physicians can use our powerful search engine to search the library.

Our Knowledge Sharing Service and OpusShare® secure document/image sharing and transfer service allow individuals or groups to establish private document and image collections for their own use and for sharing with colleagues.

Our unique technology includes our patented OpusZoom® Magnifier, a high-resolution image viewing software product for websites used in our online CME course delivery, Medical Image Library, Knowledge Sharing Service, and OpusShare® secure document/image sharing and transfer service.

For more information on Opus Medicus, visit