Summary: Newly updated thin-client, server-side processing technology designed to deliver enterprise diagnostic, clinical, and mobile viewing solutions for health care institutions seeking to dramatically enhance the delivery of imaging services.
23, 2013 − For more than a decade, PACS has helped bring imaging into the
digital realm. However, the limitations of aging PACS infrastructure have
increasingly restricted imaging from addressing the challenges and
opportunities of today’s health care environment. Health systems, outpatient
networks, radiology groups, and teleradiology practices are embarking on
transformative strategies to improve operations, image availability,
interpretation quality, radiologist productivity and scalability.
Imaging, Inc. released version 7.1.3 of
the Visage 7 Enterprise Imaging Platform.
Visage 7 is designed as a fast, thin-client with server-side processing technology that designed to deliver enterprise diagnostic, clinical, and mobile viewing solutions for health care institutions seeking to
dramatically enhance the delivery of imaging services.
efficiencies are attainable through the deconstruction of legacy approaches, reinvented
with the strength of a high-performance enterprise
viewer, for radiology and other imaging disciplines, as the cornerstone of
the strategy. Some of the clinical and technical highlights of 7.1.3 include:
synchronized, interactive ECG display for pre- and post-stress echocardiography;
lesion tracking usability improvements; additional support of non-DICOM images;
deeper integration with third-party workflow, VNA, and RIS systems; enterprise
support for multi-patient IDs, enhanced native imaging QA, support for SQL
Server 2012, as well as a multitude of features improving overall usability,
robustness, viewer performance and supportability.
more information: http://www.visageimaging.com and http://www.appliedradiology.com