News | August 15, 2007

Dynamic Imaging Announces IntegradWeb PACS Installation

August 16, 2007 - Dynamic Imaging recently announced that Prime Healthcare Services’ Montclair Hospital Medical Center in Montclair, CA, has installed Dynamic Imaging’s IntegradWeb PACS, a Web-based picture archiving and communications system (PACS), reportedly allowing the hospital to provide improved service to its patients and referring physicians by eliminating the need for traditional X-ray film while quickly transitioning to an all-digital workflow.

IntegradWeb PACS is said to allow radiologists to describe their findings to referring physicians in a very sophisticated yet understandable way. The system’s carefully created key-image collages supplement and provide a visual explanation of the radiology report. The PACS tools for the radiologist are the same tools for referring physicians. This enables referring physicians to view imaging exams when consulting with radiologists, as well as view exams at home or at their offices, even during patient consultation.

For more information: www.dynamic-imaging.com and www.primehealthcareservices.com

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