BRIT Systems is a leading technology company that provides custom, turnkey solutions for PACS, RIS and teleradiology applications. BRIT’s open architecture systems are built around the DICOM-3 standard using best-of-breed commercial off-the-shelf hardware and our industry-specific applications, making our mission-critical solutions flexible, readily upgradeable, scalable, easy to integrate and reasonably priced. BRIT solutions have been designed in conjunction with radiologists, clinicians, medical physicists and computer scientists with the desire to combine high performance with rich functionality and ease-of-use, all in an environment that is available 24x7. BRIT can supply everything a department needs for the acquisition, transmission, storage and viewing of medical images, including HIPAA-compliant DICOM Servers and Archives, Diagnostic and Clinical Viewing Workstations, Film Digitizers, Frame Grabbers and Web Servers. BRIT also offers a series of ASP services for the off-site support of PACS and teleradiology systems which can include disaster recovery services, long-term data storage and remote web access to medical images and reports. These ASP services allow our clients to focus on the delivery of their radiological services without the need to build expertise on the backend support technologies.
Technology | October 09, 2007
BRIT Systems will introduce a new workflow solution for outsourced radiology reading.
News | October 03, 2007
October 4, 2007 — BRIT Systems recently announced the appointment of John Krabbenhoft as Vice President of Sales, suc
Technology | August 13, 2007
BRIT Systems’ BRIT Vision is designed for use with any FDA-cleared full-field digital mammography (FFDM) system and g
News | June 10, 2007
June 11, 2007 - Brit Systems, Inc.
Technology | June 10, 2007
June 11, 2007 - Brit Systems highlighted at SIIM 2007 additional 3-D and mammography tools for Brit Vision, the compa
Technology | March 21, 2007
BRIT Systems showcased at the PACS 2007 conference the Roentgen Router, a DICOM routing module designed for use with
News | March 11, 2007
March 12, 2007 - Brit Systems recently announced that the company has received an order valued at more than $7.3 mill
Technology | February 28, 2007
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Technology | November 30, 2006
Brit Systems' clinical context object workgroup-enabled workstation, Brit Lite, uses vendor-independent HL7 CCOW...