News | March 23, 2009

Imaging Department Installs RadPRO, Canon DR Solutions

March 23, 2009 - Administrators at Jupiter Medical Center’s Imaging Department installed the Canon DR system, as well as the RadPRO40KW Digital Mobile and the RadPRO OT-2 overhead radiography system, to streamline various workflow segments associated with traditional diagnostic procedures reported Virtual Imaging Inc.

The benefits from converting this vital area to DR utilizing the RadPRO and Canon digital technology provide measurable results throughout the department’s operations, according to Virtual Imaging. As a result of the installation, the facility was able to enhance throughput by decreasing patient waiting time due to the system’s ability to instantly provide X-ray images for diagnosis via PACS. In comparison to the previous analog systems, these high-quality, cost-effective radiographic solutions help optimize capital spending by extending the equipment’s life cycle, improving productivity, enhancing patient care, reducing material waste and overall saving money.

The effects from the replacement of the analog equipment with the state-of-the-art DR solutions from the RadPRO and Canon product lines has enabled hospital personnel to enhance patient care and workflow with the fast imaging times that quickly confirms patient positioning and relevant anatomy. This combination of DR equipment is designed to provide seamless network integration and rapid transfer of high-quality X-ray images for diagnosis from challenging traumas to bedside exams, helping to reduce the department’s turnaround time.

For more information: www.virtualimaging-fl.com

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