Technology | February 21, 2007

GE’s PACS Suite Ups Automation Levels

GE Healthcare’s Imaging PACS version 3.0 features IHE profiles that automate exam acquisition, reporting and communication for referring physicians. It offers updated Linux architecture and is compatible with Centricity infrastructure.
Additional features include the Business Intelligence Portal, which helps administrators maximize valuable resources, and enhanced security features protect patient information with new voice-driven commands.
The Centricity Imaging Advantage Workstation Suite 2 offers five optional modules for cardiology, oncology, cardiovascular, Autobone and CT colonography. The addition of these modules over the base volume share has digitized the diagnostic process, allowing facilities to manage large sets of patient data. Additionally, radiologists no longer have to move between workstations to manipulate interactive volumetric data sets; specific tools for CT, MR, PET/CT and X-ray are now enabled on any networked PACS PC, with the benefits of 3-D imaging.
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