Technology | November 09, 2006

IMSI Releases Upgraded, Integrated imsiRIS.PACS

Integrated Modular Systems Inc. (IMSI) has released the upgraded and integrated imsiRIS.PACS, a Web-based image and report distribution system with optional outsourced remote, secure hosting service, providing access to radiology information system functions from anywhere and at anytime. The system is powered by Visage PACS 4.0 System by Mercury Computer Systems Inc. with 3-D images and post processing on thin client/server platforms.
The imsiRIS.PACS patient master database with complete patient histories and flexible searches produces radiologist, physician and modality worklists to simplify the daily workflow and enhance user productivity. Radiologists, or other physicians, can optionally utilize imsiSpokenNotes voice recognition to generate reports, chart notes, formatted letters, and faxes or email into the Web-browser application, which automatically distributes them to multiple referring physicians by fax and/or email, at the click of a mouse anywhere and at anytime.

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