Technology | July 04, 2006

DICOM-Compliant CD/DVD Solution Hits HIMSS

BRIT Systems has introduced Roentgen Burner, a DICOM-compliant, automated solution for producing custom-labeled CDs and/or DVDs that contain medical images and BRIT’s image viewing software. The solution combines the company’s production server with one of Rimage’s CD and/or DVD production systems.
The burner accepts studies from any DICOM device via DICOM store and facilitates creation of the media (CD-R or DVD-R). BRIT’s image viewer, Radiology Workbench for Windows, is burned to the media along with all selected images. Data is verified by the system while a specific and detailed order file containing unique information about the user, patient, specific modality and images is produced.

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