Technology | October 08, 2008

Agfa Features New IMPAX Mobility

Agfa HealthCare will introduce its IMPAX Mobility solution at RSNA 2008.

This new product is an ultra-thin, Web-deployable Enterprise Image and Result Viewer designed for rapid and easy deployment operating across wide area networks. IMPAX Mobility is an add-on component to IMPAX Data Center, IMPAX or even third party PACS that provides full mobility to access image data, analysis tools and reports.

IMPAX Mobility uses server-side computing, adaptive streaming and micro-footprint clients to give access to all data and all tools on any device and at any location and over any type of network connection. IMPAX Mobility is reportedly a best-of-breed enterprise clinical viewer targeted for use by clinicians, specialists, diagnosticians and referring physicians and provides a rich set of 2D and 3D image review and manipulation tools. Mobility may be launched from the EMR or Web portal and is easily deployed to existing Microsoft Windows PC’s within or outside the institution.

Fully integrated advanced applications (such as 3D, fusion and decision support) and progressive display tools, such as redesigned CT/MR navigation workflow, provide users with a single platform for completing their tasks while dealing with heavy volumes of studies and images. IMPAX provides the ability to connect information, images and applications into a single workflow, connecting and empowering caregivers to deliver healthcare in an efficient and productive manner.

Speech recognition in the workflow can improve turnaround time and reduce medical errors. Agfa HealthCare will introduce an integrated reporting solution with Philips’ SpeechMagic technology to the North American market. This solution is embedded within IMPAX, streamlining a variety of reporting workflows such as dictate-edit-sign, correctionist, resident-attending and digital dictation, as well as allowing at-home reporting and remote sign-off.

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