Technology | April 21, 2008

ImageQube PACS Available at Diagnostic or Clinical Level

The ImageQube is Intuitive Imaging Informatics’ Web-based PACS. Available at either the diagnostic or clinical level, the ImageQube is designed to provide the ability to easily distribute patient information across enterprise, referring physician base or directly to a patient. The ImageQube’s network architecture provides real-time radiology services to referring physician base and on-call radiologists.

The ImageQube adheres to imaging standards (HIPAA, DICOM, HL7 and IHE), providing standard interfaces to Intuitive Imaging Informatics’ Rational Imaging PACS as well as other PACS systems. Images and transcribed reports can be received from any standards-based PACS, RIS or imaging acquisition device, facilitating inter-vendor communication, said the company.

The ImageQube is designed to run on any operating system platform (Windows, Macintosh, Solaris or Linux).

Using highly compressed, full-resolution, wavelet technology, the ImageQube provides users access to medical images, annotated print pages, transcribed reports or low bandwidth key image summaries. The teleradiology module provides full patient study data to be “pushed” to specified users for totally secure diagnostic, on-call capabilities.

April 2008

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