Technology | October 13, 2009

Aspyra to Demo Teleradiology, Interoperabilty Features of RIS/PACS

October 12, 2009 - Aspyra Inc. will demonstrate the latest release of AccessRAD, its integrated RIS/PACS product at the upcoming RSNA 2009 Annual Meeting Nov. 29 – Dec. 3, Booth 3021, South Building Hall A, at McCormick Place in Chicago.

The latest release of Aspyra’s AccessRAD RIS/PACS, version 6.5, includes performance improvement features for accessing and reading radiological images and new methods for creating, printing, and scanning of registration forms and modality questionnaires; an improved scheduling process, and more efficient method of rescheduling or canceling of patient exams. A key feature of AccessRAD RIS/PACS v6.5 also features the ability to create internal orders for studies sent from outside referring facilities diagnostic interpretation via DICOM transfer protocols. These orders are automatically are processed by the RIS, thereby optimizing workflow, as well as increasing revenue by preventing lost charges due to missing or incorrect orders. Reports created for these outside studies can have tailored report templates, which retain the other facilities medical record and exam number. Once signed by the radiologist the reports then can be automatically sent back to the outside facility via fax or HL7 data transmission.

Aspyra’s AccessRAD RIS/PACS (radiology information system/picture archive communication system) is designed to meet the needs of acute care hospitals, enterprise-wide delivery networks, and medium to large imaging centers, with end-to-end solutions that automate processes at every point of patient and imaging encounter workflow.

For more information: www.aspyra.com

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