News | April 06, 2009

Harris Redesigning Radiology Web Site to Enhance Content Management, Accessibility

April 6, 2009 - Harris Corp. said at HIMSS 2009 that it is re-engineering and redesigning the Web site CTisUS (www.ctisus.com) to deliver intuitive navigation to state-of-the-practice medical imaging content for radiologic technologists and other allied healthcare professionals who access the site every day from more than 100 countries.

CTisUS was created and is maintained by The Advanced Medical Imaging Laboratory, a multidisciplinary team headed by Elliot K. Fishman, M.D., director of diagnostic imaging and body CT at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.

"The site is one of the premier medical imaging web sites used by radiologists and other medical specialists around the world for access to study protocols, case studies, vodcasts, podcasts and continuing medical education (CME) opportunities," said Jim Traficant, vice president of Harris Healthcare Solutions. "With advanced content management technology from Harris, users of this Web site can more readily access valuable medical imaging resources to enhance radiology education, training and patient care."

The Advanced Medical Imaging Laboratory team is dedicated to research, education and the advancement of patient care using medical imaging with a focus on multidetector CT and 3D imaging.

For more information: www.harris.com, www.ctisus.com

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