Technology | September 23, 2009

Certegra's Connect.PACS™ Aids Decision Making

Certegra’s Connect.PACS™ application makes available new and more complete information to better inform decision making. The application instantly integrates each patient’s CT contrast injection record with the associated clinical image sets stored in PACS. Connect.PACS automates recordkeeping, facilitates Joint Commission compliance and reduces manual records discrepancies. Radiologists gain efficiencies in conducting real-time or retrospective PACS image analysis. Administrators analyze standard or custom-designed key indicator reporting to gain insight for improving efficiency/productivity of radiology resources.

Certegra products automate and continually advance how information is generated, mobilized and integrated in contrast-enhanced imaging. Despite wide variances in patients, procedures and staffing, Certegra products consistently:

Personalize contrast-enhanced imaging

Integrate patient/study information with clinical systems

Automate record keeping processes

Create workflow efficiencies

Provide flexible access to more complete, accurate data

For more information: www.medrad.com

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