News | January 20, 2008

FDA Clears Products Designed to Coordinate Between PACS, Reporting Packages

January 21, 2008 - MEDStreaming LLC received FDA approval to market its Medical Office Suite of Products aiming to address the issue of coordination between clinical modality applications, PACS systems, information systems and reporting packages.
The reporting component is designed to provide the latest technology within the DICOM Structured Reporting standard and proper reports, along with their correlative worksheets which are auto-populated with the measured and derived data gathered during the exam. A full repertoire of DICOM tools such as modality worklists can be included with the application, which will auto-populate the patient information directly into the modality equipment.
The Medical Office product provides production-based tools to support report publishing, data tracking and trending, as well as image viewing and post processing. Additionally, MEDStreaming has incorporated a "Streaming" technology for image and audio information, which is built into the application itself.
Based upon the Microsoft Interoperability Engine, Medical Office provides a productivity engine that combines the support for everyday needs that stem from clinical practice requirements, with medical exam evaluation and report publishing. MEDStreaming products are focused on flexibility and affordability and aim to remain widely applicable by taking advantage of similarities in workflow and productivity requirements between practices as radiology, cardiology, vascular surgery and OB/GYN. This approach is driven by basic common necessitites such as CPT/ICD9 coding and indications standards.

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