Technology | June 06, 2011

Brit Introduces Solution for Vendor-Neutral PACS, RIS

June 6, 2011 – Brit Systems Inc. announces a new ASP solution for facilities seeking an affordable way to manage and distribute imaging data. RoentgenWorks ASP is based on Brit’s 100% browser-based platform and offers different service levels to fit the varying needs of radiology group practices, imaging centers and hospitals. Low start-up costs and no ongoing maintenance fees, as well as a low cost-per-study model, make the service affordable and low-risk. RoentgenWorks ASP utilizes fully redundant, secure RoentgenWorks servers that are hosted at Brit’s data center to ensure data integrity and support iPad viewers for physicians.

“RoentgenWorks ASP offers the same modular approach as the RoentgenWorks platform for PACS, RIS and teleradiology applications, so facilities can pay for what they need today and add capacity and additional services as they grow tomorrow,” says Shelly Fisher, president, Brit Systems.

Starting at $0.50 per study, the Basic Image Distribution ASP level enables unlimited medical image viewing with the browser-based WebWorks viewer and the DoctorWorks iPad viewer. All studies are stored for 60 days and replicated for redundancy. Using Brit’s Patient Discovery tool, users can locate and retrieve patient data cross-enterprise. HIPAA access tracking by patient and/or user is also provided.

RoentgenWorks ASP Archival Services start at $0.85 per study and offer the choice of three-year, five-year or extended storage options. In addition to providing the same features as the Basic Image Distribution, RoentgenWorks ASP Archival Services are vendor neutral archive (VNA) capable.

Additional service levels are available, including RIS scheduling via Brit’s integrated RIS, UrgentWorks Critical Results Reporting and ER Discordance Tools, RoentgenWorks Flow for remote reading workflow for radiologists, NHIN Gateway for locating and retrieving CCR/CDAs for patients within an HIE, and more.

Brit Systems showcased RoentgenWorks ASP at the annual meeting of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) in Washington D.C., June 2 through 4.

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