Technology | Advanced Visualization | August 10, 2017

CDN to Integrate Advanced Cardiac Imaging Tools From DiA Imaging Analysis

CDN will implement DiA’s automated tools into CardioMotion cloud-based solutions for cardiac evaluation

CDN to Integrate Advanced Cardiac Imaging Tools From DiA Imaging Analysis

August 10, 2017 — CDN recently announced a new partnership agreement with DiA Imaging Analysis Ltd., makers of next-generation imaging analysis technology. CDN have integrated DiA's automated tools into its CardioMotion (PACS/CardioSR web), cloud-based solutions and other products to provide customers with quick, accurate reproducible cardiac imaging analysis to improve their workflow from anywhere, anytime.

CDN Managing Director Robert Zanier said the integration allows his company to provide a single-vendor solution for clinical users. “Implementing RIS [radiology information systems], PACS [picture archiving and communication systems], web and cardiology solutions often leads to a compromise in functionality through attempting to integrate and support systems from multi-vendor providers” he said.

For more information: www.cdnpacs.com, www.dia-analysis.com

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