News | November 01, 2007

BRIT to Showcase New Reading Services

BRIT will showcase new enhancements to the BRIT Vision multimodality breast imaging workstation and demonstrate a bundled mammography solution that integrates MRS’ mammography reporting software into the company’s workstation.

Enhancements to BRIT’s DICOM routing module may create new efficiencies in auto routing studies to clinicians. New routing rules for the Roentgen Router include auto routing based on study status changes; the “Doctor Pal” mechanism that y routes studies based on different RVUs, keeping same patient studies linked together to help facilitate reading and diagnosis; and differentiation of studies by CPT codes, such as screening mammography versus diagnostic mammography exams.

Modular systems built using commercial off-the-shelf hardware and software based on standards such as DICOM-3 and HL-7 reportedly make BRIT’s solutions flexible, readily upgradeable, scaleable, reasonably priced and easy to integrate. BRIT also provides services for archiving and accessing exams via Virtual Private Network that meet HIPAA’s security regulations.

For more information: www.brit.com

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