Technology | March 03, 2011

Breast Imaging PACS Highlighted at NCBC

Sectra will highlight its latest Web-based Breast Imaging picture archiving and communication system (PACS) at the National Interdisciplinary Breast Center Conference. The PACS enables physicians to view breast studies across multiple modalities from within a single workstation.

The ability to automatically display and compare current and prior images from any modality in the same size, orientation and alignment helps speed the interpretation process. It also includes additional features that help streamline breast imaging workflow:

• Seamless integration with most RIS, legacy archive and mammography reporting systems

• Breast-specific software tools, including integrated computer-aided detection (CAD)

• Efficient remote reading via web-based technology

• Double, triple and blind reading

• Technologist QA workstation

“We’ve found that only Sectra’s Breast Imaging PACS delivers on the combined promise of double-read workflow, image quality and distribution speed across all of our high volume breast imaging modalities along with a significant amount of priors,” said Stamatia Destounis, M.D., managing partner of Elizabeth Wende Breast Care. “This has improved our overall workflow and report turnaround.”

For more information: www.sectra.com

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