May 19, 2009 - DR Systems will announce their Canadian Medical Device License for Unity RIS/PACS and feature its latest Unity release 8.2 software during the upcoming 2009 International MUSE Conference, from May 26-29, at the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
The license will allow product distribution into Canada and is issued in accordance with Medical Devices Regulations, Section 36. The new software contains innovations in interoperability with or the replacement for a legacy PACS, and enhanced cost savings with server virtualization capabilities. Special features include:
- Unity access via enterprise-based and physician office EMRs (electronic medical records).
- CS Series Workstation provides facilities with the ability to use the full range of Unity PACS software features on client-supplied hardware.
- Multiple volume support is a capability providing greater system scalability, while increasing data safety, configuration flexibility, and system availability.
- Improved Sentinel remote monitoring of real-time performance of the PACS to enable proactive customer support from DR Systems. Sentinel looks for errors and processing delays in queues; and tracks the flow of medical images and text reports.
DR Systems will also highlight these works-in-progress:
- Operation of the Unity PACS in a virtualized server environment.
- Interoperability capabilities utilizing advanced DICOM connectivity of its Unity PACS to show cross-platform capability.
- The new ZDA (Zero-Download Ambassador), Web browser-based clinical review application.
- Server virtualization designed to reduce hardware costs, operating costs and service interruptions.
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News | May 19, 2009