Technology | October 17, 2013

Impax Agility Streamlines Navigation for Enhanced Productivity

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October 17, 2013 — The Agfa Impax Agility picture archive and communication system (PACS) is a departmental imaging platform designed to improve productivity, reduce cost and facilitate quality outcomes. This comprehensive solution redesigns capabilities typically found in a radiology information system (RIS), multi-department PACS, voice recognition reporting and connectivity into a single system.
 
Impax Agility streamlines navigation with a dynamic user interface and native diagnostic tools to support enhanced productivity. A task-based workflow engine helps to ensure users follow the appropriate steps for each procedure and circumstance, from ordering to result distribution. This supports the hospital meet regulatory obligations and workflow best practices, as well as improving clinical communication through mobile apps.
 
"It is much more than a PACS; it is a modern IT platform with an innovative approach to consolidate and simplify IT integration efforts, which supports our vision of cost-saving image management across the healthcare continuum,” said James Jay, vice president and global head of Imaging Informatics, Agfa HealthCare.
 
For more information: www.agfahealthcare.com

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