Technology | May 19, 2009

DatCard Systems to Feature PacsCube 5.0

DatCard Systems will be featuring PacsCube software 5.0 at the 2009 SIIM conference. The PacsCube solution seamlessly records patient images and reports to a CD or DVD while also automatically labeling the disc with facility and patient demographics. New features of 5.0 include:

• The ability to create DICOM encrypted discs
• A dashboard (hardware and software monitoring queue) loaded within the iRecall Web interface
• DCS DICOM viewer which does not require the user to download any software to view images from the disc
• Media Import Software version 1.5 (IHE-PDI, IRWF compliant)

For more information: www.datcard.com

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