News | January 15, 2008

Enterprisewide Workflow Solution Hits ECR 2008

January 16, 2008 - Visage Imaging, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mercury Computer Systems, will showcase its Visage Thin Client product family with features for workflow optimization and new clinical applications, at ECR 2008, March 7 to March 11 in Vienna, Austria.

The company will demonstrate its thin client-enabled PACS solution with new features for enterprisewide workflow orchestration and advanced thin-client-based visualization. Visage’s Thin Client solutions will feature new and optimized tools for radiology, cardiology, neurology, oncology, surgery and other subspecialties such as application-specific display and post-processing protocols, saving and sharing of annotations as well as post-processing results, volume analysis of lesions and structures in 3D, improved automatic bone removal, sharing of roaming sessions, easy switching of layouts and viewers, and many others.

For more information: www. visageimaging.com

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