Technology | May 31, 2013

Digisonics Showcases Enterprise PACS, Structured Reporting Solutions at SIIM 2013

Digisonics will exhibit its Enterprise PACS and structured reporting solutions for cardiology, OB/GYN, radiology and general ultrasound studies at this year’s Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) Annual Meeting.

The Digisonics system is a vendor-neutral, enterprise-wide image management and structured reporting system with a configurable clinical database, extensive structured reporting tools, and a high-powered PACS for ultimate reliability and workflow efficiency. Digisonics is the only solution that enables users to quickly review and generate structured reports for cardiology, OB/GYN, radiology and general ultrasound studies.  Utilizing the single Digisonics structured reporting solution across all departments reduces enterprise efforts to manage and support multiple disparate systems.

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. Standard and proprietary data elements can be transmitted and received via a selection of industry proven interfacing protocols. Examples include patient demographic and measurement import from ultrasound machines, data import and export of ADT, ORM, ORU and billing messages from IT systems via HL7, and DICOM image import/export.

Digisonics Enterprise Structured Reporting Solutions also interface directly with voice recognition software. Users can review images and preliminary reports in PACS, then dictate the summary via their voice recognition software. The summary is then sent to the Digisonics structured reporting system via HL7 for dissemination. The end result is a seamless digital workflow with improved efficiency, accuracy and turnaround times.

For more infomation: www.digisonics.com

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