Technology | December 06, 2009

Enterprise-wide Radiology Workflow Improvements Showcased

December 7, 2009 – Showcasing its complete, end-to-end radiology workflow solution, BRIT Systems introduced new browser-based applications and viewers for its Roentgen Works enterprise RIS/PACS during the annual Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting last week in Chicago.

The system offers a solution from computerized order entry and scheduling in RIS, to multimodality image manipulation and review (either on-site or remote), to the electronic delivery of reports, including critical results and ER discordance. Roentgen Works enterprise RIS/PACS includes: SpeechWorks integrated voice recognition and structured reporting; UrgentWorks critical results reporting and ER Discordance; the downloadable PACS View DICOM workstation; WebWorks web-browser-based viewing application; and Roentgen WorksFlow remote reading solution for any-sized radiology group.

When SpeechWorks is used with the BRIT Vision multimodality diagnostic workstation, the solution marries image viewing with voice recognition and reporting, so voice commands from SpeechWorks manipulate images in BRIT Vision; similarly, key images and measurements taken in BRIT Vision automatically show-up in the report.

Other products included with Roentgen Works are routing tools with the Roentgen Router, BRIT’s Exam Loop and Dashboard for advanced workflow and system management tools, disaster recovery and business continuance with SmartSync for data security and redundancy and the Roentgen Burner with a new HL7 feature for including radiology reports with patient images.

In addition to providing a complete enterprise radiology solution, Roentgen Works enterprise RIS/PACS can also be used with other workstations, such as the OsiriX Imaging Software, an Open Source DICOM viewer for MacOS OS/10. BRIT is displaying Roentgen Works with the OsiriX workstation and MacSpeech Medical Voice Reporting application in its RSNA booth.

For more information: www.brit.com

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