News | February 26, 2008

Enterprise Content Management Accelerates Imaging Workflow

February 28, 2008 - Following the line of enterprise-wide solutions, Emageon highlighted its enterprise medical information technology systems for hospitals and healthcare networks, which include RadSuite, HeartSuite and a pathology and orthopedic specialty suite.

The product family is built on a unified Enterprise Content Management system offering advanced visualization and infrastructure tools for the clinical analysis and management of all digital medical images, reports and associated clinical content. Emageon’s standards-based solutions are designed to help customers enhance patient care, automate imaging workflow, lower costs, improve productivity and provide better service to physicians.

Emageon highlighted its RadSuite Express solution for the fast growing small to mid-sized hospital and clinic market. With this turn-key solution, facilities producing less than 80,000 radiology studies a year are able to install and start using the PACS in days, says the manufacturer. RadSuite Express will reportedly give specialists and referring physicians in these smaller facilities access to the same high-end, multi-disciplinary 3D imaging tools used by radiology, orthopedic and emergency specialists in The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Last June, Emageon rolled out a simplified Web-enabled, single-server solution based on Dell technology. Users can order the RadSuite Express solution from the www.dell.com Website.

For more information: www.emageon.com

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