Technology | March 28, 2007

Dynamic Imaging IntegradWeb MAMMO Offers Complete Digital Mammography Interpretation Workflow

Dynamic Imaging IntegradWeb® MAMMO offers complete digital mammography interpretation workflow, including customizable reading layouts and sequences for any third-party full-field digital mammography system as well as full support for all of the rich functionality of IntegradWeb PACS (to include anywhere access, saving key images for best-in-class referring physicians’ print pages, as well as IHE portable data for imaging (PDI)-compliant CD burning and importation of outside PDI CDs).

Dynamic Imaging successfully tested its implementation of the new IHE Mammography Profile at the recent IHE 2007 Connect-a-thon. Developed to harmonize the integration of digital mammography interpretation with traditional radiology PACS, this new profile assists institutions of all sizes to implement optimal digital mammography reading workflow. As a result of the Connect-a-thon, the actors of Image Manager/Image Archive and Image Display are now supported for the new Mammography Profile. IntegradWeb MAMMO also includes AutoFetch, which speeds local and remote reading workflow for digital mammography interpretation as well as all other modality types. AutoFetch is a feature that is enabled via IntegradWeb PACS’ Study List, automatically retrieving prioritized unread studies and their relevant priors to the local workstation regardless of location and optimizing performance regardless of the network bandwidth.

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