Technology | December 16, 2009

Dejarnette Supports XDS for PACS, RIS

DeJarnette Research Systems featured its xDL, Cross-Enterprise Document Librarian, the core technology for its DI-r deployment. The xDL software was designed to enable medical image data sharing without requiring the connected PACS and other information systems to adhere to the IHE XDS integration profile. xDL allows for the deployment of sophisticated medical image data sharing in today’s medical imaging environment, while offering support for the emerging IHE data sharing standards (XDS, XDS-I, PIX, PDQ, etc.). xDL is a scalable solution with support for a small, single facility “vendor neutral” archive up to the largest national “vendor neutral” data sharing archive.

xDL allows a PACS to appear as if it natively supported the IHE XDS profiles. In a sharing environment with disparate PACS and RIS, xDL performs the local context conversion, which makes the shared data clinically useful.

The xDL solution enables interoperability among RIS, PACS and digital dictation systems connected to a central archive.

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