Technology | October 29, 2007

Cedara Clinical Control Center Offers Versatile Integration

Cedara will feature its C4 solution that reportedly delivers desktop integration of clinical applications to an established RIS/PACS solution.

According to the company, system features include shorter time to market with a more efficient integration cycle, streamlined development cycle, leveraging best-of-breed applications and integrated desktop workflow, including clinical applications.

The C4 integration includes the Cedara I-Reach, a Web-based host that facilitates the viewing of diagnostic images over the Internet. High performance and a feature-rich seamless user interface facilitates image distribution throughout the enterprise or remotely, according to the company. New to Cedara I-Reach is the C4 integration (WIP), which enables I-Reach to launch into a variety of “C4 enabled” plug-ins.

The company will highlight C4 enabled applications that can be integrated into the system, including I-ReadMammo, I-Response C4 WIP, OrthoWorks ProPlanner, PET/CT C4 WIP, B-CAD and Biotronics3D.

October 2007

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