Technology | August 11, 2014

Konica Minolta Introduces Nano P+ Windows 7 Based CR System for Private Practices

August 11, 2014 — Konica Minolta Medical Imaging announced the introduction of the Nano P+ CR system, a simple and easy-to-use solution designed for the private practice that provides the flexibility to upgrade to digital radiography (DR). The Nano P+ offers enterprise level capabilities in a secure, Windows 7 based platform that enhances workflow and improves productivity.

Konica Minolta continues to provide customer focused primary imaging Solutions that offer clinical confidence and economic value with the introduction of the new Nano P+. The Nano P+ is a high performance, single bay computed radiography (CR) system that is ideal for busy private practices. It provides an intuitive user interface with the CS-7 software and includes several menu and flow improvements. A more robust radiology information system/picture archive and communication (RIS/PACS) interface includes modality work list functionality that enables the user to more easily customize exam tags or set-up multi-view tags, allowing for finer adjustments by the user.

With the Nano P+, practices can easily upgrade from CR to DR while maximizing value. The workstation can control more than one Konica Minolta digital imaging system, as well as the generator and collimator. With a compact design and flexible placement options, it is an ideal solution for private practices where space may be limited.

“With the launch of the Nano P+ CR system, Konica Minolta reaches new and current customers with solutions tailored to specific healthcare environments, and that are easily upgradeable for high economic value,” says Diane Hunt, Vice President of Marketing, Konica Minolta Medical Imaging. “This Windows 7 platform enhancement can help satisfy HIPAA requirements. Plus, with the launch of the Nano P+ with the CS-7NP platform, Konica Minolta also continues to support its customer base by completing our transition from XP to Windows 7 systems.”

For more information: www.konicaminolta.com/medicalusa

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