Technology | September 23, 2009

dyseCT AutomatesCT Studies Workflow

The growing number of MDCT systems being deployed today causes a significant workflow problem for medical treatment facilities. The mismatch between diagnostic orders entered and CT studies produced causes problems for the reading radiologist, the PACS administrator and the billing department. dyseCT addresses these problems by automating the process of separating CT studies into groups of images that correspond to the diagnostic orders entered and billable. It is the only automated solution to this problem in the marketplace.

dyseCT supports all makes and models of CT systems and a single application entity supports up to four distinct CT systems simultaneously. An embedded web based Quality Control User Interface application allows for optional manual verification of the automated study segmentation algorithm. The application is available for as little as $10,000 per CT system. dyseCT is leading the way into the future of diagnostic imaging quality control.

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