News | January 24, 2007

Dynamic Imaging Underscores IHE Test Results for Mammo at HIMSS 2007

January 25, 2007—Dynamic Imaging (www.dynamic-imaging.com), a provider of Web-based image and information management, announced that at HIMSS 2007 it will underscore the good marks it achieved with IntegradWeb MAMMO for the successful implementation of the new IHE Mammography Profile at the recent IHE 2007 Connect-a-thon, held in Chicago during the week of January 15 – 19, 2007.

IntegradWeb MAMMO is designed to harmonize the integration of digital mammography interpretation with traditional radiology PACS. This new profile assists institutions of reportedly all sizes in implementing 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.

The company will also feature the latest iteration of the IntegradWeb PACS and RIS/PACS at HIMSS 2007. Key features to be highlighted at the upcoming HIMSS meeting, in addition to IntegradWeb MAMMO, include the speed and scalability of its image viewer, IntegradWeb PACS’ new AutoFetch capability, the end-to-end Web-based workflow of RIS/PACS, and the Guardian Diagnostics monitoring tool. Dynamic Imaging will also be discussing its next release, IntegradWeb PACS Version 3.7, for scalability to 1 million annual PACS exams and beyond. It is anticipated for early availability in the second quarter of 2007.

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