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Agfa HealthCare announced it has collaborated in delivering a system-wide DoseMonitor automated software implementation, integrated with their IMPAX platform, to the Veterans Integrated Service Networks 19 (VISN 19). Contracts for DoseMonitor have already been awarded by VISN 21 and VISN 23.
PACSHealth LLC announced that its DoseMonitor application will be the first software application to incorporate the National Cancer Institute dosimetry system for computed tomography (NCICT) for patient radiation dose monitoring. DoseMonitor automates the collection and reporting of medical imaging radiation dose indices to meet regulatory and operational compliance requirements in the United States and abroad.
For all the benefits of medical diagnostic imaging, radiation exposure to both the patient and the operator remains a major safety concern. Various studies have illustrated the harmful effects of excess radiation dose, but much is still uncertain as to its precise impact.
PACSHealth will be introducing VNAHealth at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2015 annual meeting.
With the increased availability of and reliance on high-dose imaging modalities for rapid and comprehensive diagnosis ...
PHS Technologies Group LLC, a division of PACSHealth LLC, announced that it will integrate VirtualDose CT (computed tomography) software from Virtual Phantoms Inc. into their DoseMonitor product.
PHS Technologies Group LLC, a division of PACSHealth LLC, announced that Radiology Partners, the largest hospital-based radiology group in the United States, will begin offering PHSâ€™s DoseMonitor to monitor patient radiation exposure.
PHS Technologies Group LLC, a unit of PACSHealth LLC announced that Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences will become a marketing, distribution and hosting partner for its DoseMonitor OnLine software solution.
July 15, 2014 — PHS Technologies Group LLC, a unit of PACSHealth LLC and developer of software that monitors patient exposure to ionizing radiation, announced Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences will become a marketing, distribution and hosting partner for its DoseMonitor OnLine software solution.
Better management of X-ray radiation doses starts with recording and tracking each exposure patients receive. Dose tracking has come to the forefront of medicine in recent years with the realization that medical imaging has doubled the public’s exposure to ionizing radiation since the 1980s, largely due to the rapid expansion of computed tomography (CT) and minimally invasive angiography procedures.