Technology | October 15, 2009

Cerner ProVision Workstation Adds Mammography Functionality

Cerner Provision Workstation (CPW) is designed to help radiologists increase productivity, presenting pertinent information customized to radiologist’s preferences. With advanced viewing protocols, fully customizable toolbars and completely configurable shortcuts CPW is designed with the radiologist in mind. CPW is positioned for the changing image capture technologies utilizing volumetric viewports and the ability to redefine the thickness and spacing of even the largest CT series. This comprehensive solution is your key to enabling effective enterprise-wide image management, maximizing productivity and improving accuracy.

With FDA approved Mammography functionality, CPW is positioned to be the only imaging workstation needed in even the busiest of imaging departments. A one-stop center for all clinical workflow needs, Cerner ProVision Workstation provides radiologists with the opportunity to review studies from all modalities on one workstation.

Users can automate image display and experience the power of computer-aided detection (CAD) for mammography. CPW uses user-defined viewing protocols and advanced post-processing tools, such as multi-planar reconstruction (MPR) that can be built right into the viewing protocols to display automatically without intervention of the radiologist. Users are able to view images as soon as the system receives them instead of waiting for the entire image set to be stored to the workstation hard disk and then transmitted to display. Procedure based licensing allows for unlimited usage of CPW across the enterprise. Fully web deployable architecture means that upgrades are auto-detected and installed with no down time and no need to “touch” every workstation.

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