Technology | November 24, 2009

Integrated Mammo Module Streamlines Screening

November 24, 2009 – A new fully integrated mammography viewer optimizes productivity and is designed to eliminate the need for dedicated mammography workstations.

The PACS-integrated mammography module solution allows radiologists to access the entire patient record, optimize productivity and collaboration, and support quality management practices.

Designed to enhance screening efficiency, the IntelePACS Mammography Module allows user’s to customize their viewing protocols, selecting their preferred sequence of the different views. Mouse clicks are minimized, allowing radiologists to step through sequences to rapidly detect pathology at the touch of a button.

The module includes an array of essential viewing tools that meet the needs of radiologists who wish to read from a single, true multi-modality viewer. Viewing workflow is optimized with the individual radiologist’s preferred viewing sequences.

The Intelerad Mammography Module also integrates with a variety of CAD systems.

For more information: www.intelerad.com

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