News | May 15, 2014

Digisonics Showcases Enterprise PACS and Structured Reporting Solutions at SIIM 2014

May 15, 2014 — Digisonics (Booth #211) will showcase its Enterprise PACS and Structured Reporting Solutions for all imaging study types at this year’s Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) Annual Meeting in Long Beach, Calif.

Digisonics’ vendor-neutral, enterprise-wide image management and structured reporting system provides a configurable clinical database, extensive structured reporting tools and a high-powered picture archive and communications system (PACS) for ultimate reliability and workflow efficiency. Digisonics is the only single system solution that enables users to quickly review and generate structured reports for all study types including cardiology, OB/GYN, radiology and general ultrasound. 

Digisonics solutions support a vendor-neutral approach for interfacing with the wide-range of disparate systems spanning many different areas within the IT and clinical domain including electronic medical records (EMR), health information system/radiology information system (HIS/RIS), PACS and even voice recognition software. The direct result of the interoperability between Digisonics and the third party systems is a streamlined, efficient workflow, freeing up more time to spend on direct patient care.

The two newest Digisonics applications, WebView 4.0 and DigiConnect will also be showcased at SIIM 2014. WebView 4.0 provides zero footprint image and report review from any HTML5 capable browser or operating system. It is the ideal solution to provide clinicians with fast, anywhere, anytime access to their patient images and reports. DigiConnect seamlessly launches third party systems such as EMR/HIS or ECG management Software directly from the Digisonics Enterprise PACS and Structured Reporting System with a single sign-on. 

Digisonics provides top-rated clinical image management and structured reporting systems for cardiovascular (CVIS), radiology, and obstetrics & gynecology. Digisonics structured reporting solutions combine high performance image review workstations, a powerful PACS image archive, an integrated clinical database, comprehensive analysis capabilities and highly configurable reporting for multiple modalities. Key applications are complemented with interfaces to information systems and third party vendors, providing facilities with a seamless, efficient clinical workflow.

For further information: www.digisonics.com 

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