News | August 13, 2009

I3 Shows Web-Based PACS Upgrades at AHRA

August 13, 2009 - Intuitive Imaging Informatics (I3) is showcasing many new features of its ImageQube Web-based PACS, at AHRA 2009 annual meeting in booth 1039.

The ImageQube—already offering the ability to run on any operating system including PC, Mac, Linux and Solaris—brings a slew of new user-centric developments. Performance improvements are significant in speed as well as memory management, allowing large studies to be read with no lag in response. The ImageQube has been successfully implemented in several large facilities using Citrix, providing secure, common desktop access. Thin-client 3-D volume rendering gives referring physicians immediate access to three-dimensional views of the anatomy prior to surgical intervention. Other upgrades include streamlined application installation, the ability to create a custom CD and emergency access to exams. The ImageQube now incorporates graphical images of exam and series information, putting related information at user’s fingertips, and improving diagnostic navigation. One-click retrieval from long-term archive is easily accessible from anywhere.

Intuitive Imaging Informatics’ technologies are DICOM, IHE, HIPAA, HL7 and SQL compliant and are found in nearly 300 facilities nationwide.

For more information: www.intuitiveimaging.com

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