Technology | October 14, 2006

Cedara Demonstrates the Need for Integration

Cedara Software will showcase a variety of technologies at RSNA 2006, including C4 (Cedara Clinical Control Center), Cedara aXigate and Cedara I-ReadMammo.
C4 is included among the company’s suite of OEM/VAR solutions and allows clinical applications and plug-ins to be integrated into a single workstation.
aXigate helps integrate radiology information into general healthcare workflow. According to the manufacturer, using a customizable portal interface, radiology practices and imaging centers can combine diagnostic images and reports with other patient information to deliver complete diagnostic information to a broad audience.
I-ReadMammo is a soft-copy reading workstation designed specifically for breast imaging. It can help the radiologist optimize reading speed and improve patient care and allows individual users to prescribe image layout, presentation and view order.

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