Technology | April 17, 2008

IQQA-Enterprise Engine Strives to Offer Real-Time 3D/4D Functionality

IQQA-Enterprise Engine technology which will be featured at SIIM 2008, aims to address the challenge that physicians and hospital IT now face in integrating more and more advanced clinical applications into existing PACS workflow. The system aims to redefine how radiologists can access advanced clinical applications managed by radiology IT.

Radiologists can now enjoy immediate access to the full real-time 3D/4D functionality of advanced clinical applications at existing PACS viewing stations, said the company. In addition, since the solution does not require code level integration with an existing hospital PACS environment, application installation is completed quickly by simply setting up network communication. The IQQA-Enterprise Engine is capable of accommodating third party imaging applications.

April 2008

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