News | June 03, 2007

Agfa to Demo Latest PACS

June 4, 2007 - Agfa HealthCare will be demonstrating its latest works in progress of IMPAXTM 6.3, a Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS), part of Agfa’s integrated RIS/PACS/Reporting solution, at SIIM, June 7-10 in Providence RI.

IMPAX 6.3 reportedly provides the necessary tools and customizable workflows that help healthcare organizations overcome the physical barriers of complex multi-site environments. Tools such as multi-site data synchronization, access to reports from across the enterprise and the management of multiple distinct patient ID domains, help provide a virtual view of a patient’s imaging record from anywhere internet access is available, all on a single desktop. This single image-management and storage solution reportedly results in fewer workstation applications for the staff to have to learn. It also provides single-user management benefits and a reduction in disparate modality workstations, saving time and money.

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