News | Information Technology | October 30, 2015

Infinitt Bringing Latest Medical Imaging Innovations to RSNA 2015

Show offerings will include several integrations with Infinitt PACS, including workflow enhancements, improved dose tracking and workflow/reporting for CT lung screening

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October 30, 2015 — Infinitt North America will showcase a wide variety of radiology image management solutions at the 2015 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting, Nov. 29-Dec. 4 in Chicago, including:

  • Infinitt Dose M - Web-based dose data collection, tracking and analytics with direct integration to the ACR Dose Index Registry (DIR)
  • Infinitt Results - speech recognition system integrated with Infinitt PACS (picture archiving and communication system) for streamlined radiology reporting
  • Infinitt Mammo PACS – single workstation viewing of all radiology studies, now supports tomosynthesis.
  • Infinitt Communicator Package - enhanced peer review, critical results and collaboration/instant messaging capability via the referring physician’s preferred method of communication
  • Infinitt Smart-Assign - global worklist and reporting capability with advanced routing logic that automatically assigns incoming cases based on customer-selectable parameters
  • Infinitt CT Lung - an optional workflow and reporting system that empowers providers to implement a successful computed tomography (CT) lung screening program in accordance with best practice guidelines
  • Infinitt Smart-LINK - seamlessly interface your Infinitt system with any facility’s electronic medical record (EMR) or information system, allowing bidirectional communication of orders, reports and image data
  • Meaningful Use Certified Patient & Physician Portals – enabling patients and physicians to access data 24/7
  • Infinitt & STATdx Integration - allowing seamless access to diagnostic decision support for radiology
  • Infinitt Healthcare Platform - a vendor neutral archive solution for all types of images and data

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