Technology | January 17, 2013

Mach 7 Technologies Introduces Keystone Clinical Studio, Mobile App

Company showcases latest healthcare IT technology

Keystone Suite

January 17, 2013 — Mach 7 Technologies unveiled the latest version of its enterprise clinical imaging platform, Keystone Suite, at the 98th annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in November 2012. Addressing today’s toughest healthcare IT challenges, Keystone Suite v11.3 brings innovative workflow management tools to the imaging informatics market. With the latest release, the company introduces new features designed to ease technological challenges facing imaging departments today.

Highlights of v11.3 include:

  • Keystone Engine for Workflow and Prefetch: New features enable the customer to define workflow routing rules by various action triggers, including HL7 events, or specific DICOM tags. Keystone Engine for Workflow enables sophisticated rules-based routing logic, where image data can now be systematically routed to where interpretations need to be performed — from off-hours coverage support to intelligently routing specialty procedures, routing at the series level, and more.
  • Keystone Clinical Studio: This feature takes the best of the management studio and the clinical viewer into one easily accessible application. Providing image enablement and complete management of the Keystone Suite, Keystone Clinical Studio is a centralized tool for configuring, monitoring, auditing and administering the various components across the suite. The Clinical Studio features four intelligent modules to enhance workflow efficiencies: the Clinical Viewer, Import Module, Export Module and Capture Module.


Also new to the market is the Keystone Suite mobile app, which was demonstrated at the 2012 Mobile Connect during RSNA. The app brings the power of Keystone Suite to a mobile device.

For more information: www.mach7t.com

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