Technology | December 16, 2008

Free Web-Enabled PACS Integrates, Replaces Current System

December 16, 2008 - OnePacs LLC is offering its new fully functional, free version of the OnePacs web-enabled PACS system, as a way to work alongside and integrate with a current PACS or replace it.

By making available at no cost a fully functional PACS system, which provides a package of features that traditionally carry a six-figure price tag, OnePacs seeks to offer a compelling opportunity that will lead clients to consider deploying OnePacs at their facilities, either as a stand-alone PACS system, or as a means to expand the functionality of their existing PACS solutions. The OnePacs system is designed to function either as a stand-alone PACS, or as a tool to integrate studies from multiple PACS systems or facilities into a single centrally managed web-deployed worklist.

Features of the free version of OnePacs include web-enabled PACS functionality, a unified worklist for studies from multiple PACS systems or multiple facilities, and a web-based DICOM study viewer. Advanced worklist coordination and collaboration tools are available to streamline workflow and permit efficient distribution of cases to multiple readers in different locations. Report generation and distribution technologies reportedly permit detailed customization of report appearance, inclusion of key images in reports, and distribution of reports to referring physicians in a HIPAA-compliant fashion.

Features such as limited clinician accounts, which allow referring physicians to log in to OnePacs to review reports for patients that they referred, or to use the web-based DICOM viewer, are designed to encourage referrals, provide standalone imaging centers as well as hospitals a competitive advantage in growing their imaging businesses.

For more information: www.onepacs.com

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