Technology | May 07, 2015

Digisonics Showcases Enterprise PACS and Structured Reporting Solutions at SIIM 2015

Universal viewer and buisness analytics package help improve productivity, throughput and automation

Digisonics, WebView 4.1, Business Analytics Package, SIIM 2015

May 7, 2015 — Digisonics will showcase its latest offerings to improve workflow efficiency at the 2015 Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) annual meeting in Washington, D.C.

Clinicians are encouraged to BYOD – Bring Your Own Device, for use with Digisonics’ new WebView 4.1 universal viewer. This application addresses the emerging mobile workflow requirements in healthcare by providing zero-footprint image and report review from HTML5 supported browsers and devices including PC, Mac, iPads and tablets. There is no need for ActiveX or other plugins and no patient health information is retained on the viewing device.

Digisonics will also showcase its new Business Analytics Package with data mining features for productivity and automation. The Business Analytics Package provides powerful tools including management reports (such as volume and turnaround time reports), productivity reports (such as summary time interval reports) and automation for searches. The package empowers users to quickly explore large amounts of data, transforming it into valuable information, measuring current and past performance and optimizing future strategic planning. 

Digisonics’ vendor-neutral, enterprise-wide image management and structured reporting system solutions provide a configurable clinical database, extensive structured reporting tools, and a high-powered picture archiving and communication system (PACS) for ultimate reliability and workflow efficiency. Digisonics is a 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.

The platform seamlessly integrates with third-party vendors including electronic medical records (EMR), hospital information systems/radiology information systems (HIS/RIS) and PACS/VNA.

For more information: www.digison.net

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