News | February 19, 2008

Coactiv Launches Web-Based RIS, Storage

February 20, 2008 - CoActiv will show at HIMSS 2008 its new EXAM-RIS, a Web-based radiology information system (RIS) tightly integrated with CoActiv Web-based enterprise EXAM-PACS, designed to include a host of features supporting electronic workflow.

From single and multisite scheduling and billing to information and charting as well as document scanning, this addition aims to expand its line of applications and services by integrating the PACS/RIS/dictation/billing solution. Along with this, CoActiv continues to offer HL7 and other integration services to current and new clients for additional RIS/HIS/dictation vendors, including Meditech, Siemens, Medinformatix, InStar, PowerScribe, Dragon and Dictaphone.
The company will also showcase the EXAM-VAULT data storage system, which provides QUAD-REDUNDANT ARCHIVING, a storage solution for studies in four geographically distant locations for disaster protection. It also reportedly offers business continuity, restoring data access in emergency situation in seconds.

With the EXAM-VAULT solution, an EXAM-SERVER is typically is located at the image site to store recent images for six to 12 months, designed to enable ultra-fast online data availability. Additional online storage is accomplished at two state-of-the-art-data centers housing redundant-mirrored multiterabyte RAID arrays. Both centers reside on different power grids and Internet peering points for emergency coverage. Exams are also archived permanently to two copies of removable spinning media.

CoActiv said that its EXAM-VAULT can be integrated with other PACS solutions for an affordable price and says it is a highly scalable archiving solution for radiology departments and practices of any size. It comes with a 100 percent Up-Time Archive guarantee.

For more information: www.coactiv.com

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