News | October 07, 2008

BRIT Systems Celebrates 15 Years in Radiology IT

October 1 2008 – At RSNA 2008, BRIT Systems is celebrating 15 years in the radiology informatics marketplace as one of the few remaining original PACS companies.

BRIT has continually updated its solutions with the latest available technologies and actively supports industry standards such as DICOM and IHE.

Several new partnerships will be announced at RSNA. BRIT is moving into the international market by partnering with Tamer Group in Saudi Arabia. BRIT will provide the organization with PACS, RIS and teleradiology solutions, as well as power their reading service with the Roentgen Works remote reading service.

Two new technology partnerships are leading to new viewing capabilities on BRIT Systems’ workstations. New tools for nuclear medicine images will be available as a result of integrating Invia Medical Imaging Solutions’ 4DM-Spect on a Citrix server. This thin-client viewer will allow clinicians to view nuclear medicine images on the same workstation as other modalities.

The second technology partnership is with Ten20, a company that has been providing high quality products and services to the orthopedic and neurosurgical industry for over a decade. Ten20 is working with BRIT developers on specialized viewing tools and packaging for their customer set. With the continued integration to OrthoView’s templating product, BRIT will have the capability to provide a complete digital orthopedic PACS solution.

BRIT will also introduce BRIT View II, a new standalone DICOM viewer that will be sold, distributed (downloaded) and supported over the Internet.

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