Technology | November 18, 2014

Intelerad Adds Blackford Integration to InteleViewer

Blackford Workflow Server used to accelerate image comparison in InteleViewer

Intelerad Medical Systems, Blackford, Inteleviewer

November 18, 2014 – Intelerad Medical Systems partners with Blackford Analysis to incorporate Blackford’s image comparison acceleration technology into its InteleViewer diagnostic viewer.

The successful integration was carried out using Blackford Workflow Server, a standalone pre-processing server that provides the ability to quickly and easily integrate Blackford’s productivity technology into informatics product offerings.

Blackford Analysis is a provider of software products that accelerate comparison of medical images. By calculating and storing alignments with imaging studies, all healthcare professionals can benefit from instant study comparison. According to Blackford, its powerful technology provides the ability to improve care and increase productivity by boosting image comparison efficiency by 20-50%.

Blackford Workflow Server removes the need for back-end engineering to allow rapid integration with diagnostic viewers, such as InteleViewer. The server allows studies to be pre-processed automatically on acquisition and enables load balancing through deployment as a physical server, a virtual server or a service. Blackford Workflow Server is fully DICOM compliant and produces non-proprietary DICOM objects.

Intelerad will be demonstrating its product suite at RSNA 2014, at booth 2165 in South Hall A.

For more information: www.blackfordanalysis.com/event/rsna-2014/

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