News | Enterprise Imaging | February 17, 2020

Dicom Systems Generates 10X Performance Improvement in Delivering Studies Across Vision Radiology Network

Deployment of Dicom Systems Unifier appliances at 15 Vision Radiology customer sites has contributed to performance efficiencies throughout the organization

Dicom Systems, a leader in enterprise imaging interoperability and workflow software, has announced their support of Vision Radiology in the routing, tag-morphing and management of medical imaging exams which has led to a marked improvement in diagnostic reporting and the delivery of patient care

February 17, 2020 — Dicom Systems, a leader in enterprise imaging interoperability and workflow software, has announced their support of Vision Radiology in the routing, tag-morphing and management of medical imaging exams which has led to a marked improvement in diagnostic reporting and the delivery of patient care.

Vision Radiology, whose core practice focuses on emergency teleradiology with a growing focus on non-emergent sub-specialty interpretations, was in search of an Enterprise Imaging system with advanced teleradiology features and functions. They selected Dicom Systems Unifier Enterprise Imaging platform for intelligent routing using custom scripting, pre-fetching of relevant priors and the ability to parallel-thread, which improved data throughput by as much as ten times for their client sites.

"The guiding principle behind Vision Radiology is driven by a simple, singular question, 'Is this how you want your family member treated?' From that perspective, we make clinical, business and technology decisions to support the best patient care," said Gautam Agrawal, M.D., CIO and co-founder of Vision Radiology. "In the emergency setting, speed is essential and Dicom Systems helps us deliver results at much higher speeds with near-zero downtimes."

"We're proud that Vision Radiology has entrusted this sensitive mission to Dicom Systems," said Florent Saint-Clair, executive vice president of Dicom Systems. "Vision Radiology has presented us with the opportunity to measure the impact of our technology on live workflows with precision. The benchmarking data we're able to generate in collaboration with the Vision Radiology team is helping our own engineers further fine-tune our software and our processes."

"Dicom Systems is pleased to provide Vision Radiology with the Unifier in order to meet the complex, mission-critical requirements of their growing business," said Dmitriy Tochilnik, president and CTO of Dicom Systems. "Vision Radiology's commitment to personalized, quality teleradiology is aligned with Dicom Systems' approach to be able to create any custom workflow quickly and efficiently. We look forward to continuing a successful partnership with Vision Radiology."

For more information: www.dcmsys.com

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