News | February 03, 2008

GE Ranks First in PACS

February 4, 2008 - GE Healthcare —Dynamic Imaging Solutions’ Centricity PACS-IW (formerly Dynamic Imaging IntegradWeb PACS) ranked number one for the seventh consecutive quarter for PACS by MD Buyline, an independent medical technology and informatics intelligence firm.

Centricity PACS-IW is a standards-based, single user interface, Web-based PACS for new and replacement PACS. Unlimited volume-based licensing with either turnkey or software-only deployment is said to enables users to maximize access using a cost-effective, highly scalable model. Access from any Internet connection is completely portable with a personalized user experience tailored to the user ID without limitation to viewer tools (e.g., 3D, MIP/MPR) or capabilities of the active study list.

GE also led other vendors in six out of seven evaluated categories: systems performance; system reliability; installation and implementation; applications training; service and support; and product flexibility; and in the seventh category of integration, ranked second. MD Buyline has a member network of over 3,200 hospitals.

For more information: www.gehealthcare.com

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