News | April 15, 2014

aycan, medQ Announce Integrated RIS/PACS Solution

Cost-efficient solution provides turnkey installation and true system performance

aycan medQ integrated RIS/PACS solution

April 15, 2014 — aycan, in conjunction with its business partner, medQ,announced the availability of aycan workflow, a fully integrated radiology information system/picture archive and communication system (RIS/PACS) solution that provides a turnkey end-to-end digital imaging and patient management system.

The system is comprised of two of the industry’s leading technologies, aycan’s PACS and medQ’s proven RIS enterprise technology. The integrated components work in perfect concert with each other eliminating the need and issues associated with a multi-vendor solution. The highly reliable solution is ideal for imaging centers and small hospitals that need to quickly and cost efficiently deliver radiology imaging services to their customers.

“The fully integrated aycan workflow system allows customers to work with just one point of contact for turnkey installation and ongoing support,” said Frank Burkhardt, aycan director, North & Latin American Operations. “The joint solution supports the growing demand for an efficient, integrated workflow while lowering costs,” added Burkhardt.

Outside of a complete turnkey installation, other key productivity benefits of the system include: a RIS driven workflow with full order entry and work lists for front office staff and technologists; easily accessible complete patient histories; seamless linking from the reading work list to the viewer; local cache preloading of image data on the workstation for quick access without network latency; report dictation options definable by the user (voice recognition or transcription based); report macros with manual and automatic pre-population options; and fully automated report distribution options (fax, secure email, HL7, and DICOM PDF).

As part of the solution, aycan also offers their industry leading immediate live customer service and support.

For more information: www.aycan.com, www.medq.com

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