News | Enterprise Imaging | November 22, 2015

Mach7 Technologies Introduces Enterprise Imaging Platform Release 11.7 at RSNA 2015

Company will showcase newest version of EIP with new QC module and offer opportunity to “Ask the Experts” about enterprise imaging

Mach7 Technologies, Enterprise Imaging Platform, EIP, release 11.7, RSNA 2015

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November 22, 2015 — Mach7 Technologies will debut Mach7 11.7 at the 101st gathering of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Nov. 29-Dec. 4, in Chicago. Announced in September, release 11.7 of the Enterprise Imaging Platform (EIP) introduces enhancements and new functionality to improve end-user satisfaction and simplify image management, access and sharing across healthcare organizations.

Mach7 demos during RSNA include new and enhanced functionality in:

  • Mach7 Universal Worklist;
  • Image Lifecycle Management;
  • Enterprise Image Sharing; and
  • Mach7 Quality Control (QC) Module.

The Mach7 QC Module was created collaboratively with EIP customers including Capital Radiology and offers greater support for deconstructed picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) environments. “In a large and growing enterprise comprised of multiple PACS vendors, it was essential to standardize our archive and communication to scale the business. Mach7 partnered with us on building a zero-footprint QC workflow that will enable our technologists and radiographers to scale consistently across the enterprise,” noted Chris Germon, chief information officer, Capital Radiology.

Mach7's “Ask The Experts” program also returns in 2015. Through peer-to-peer sessions, conference attendees meet Mach7 customers and discuss how enterprise imaging platforms are powering imaging strategies today. Sessions are available by appointment daily during the conference.

For more information: www.mach7t.com

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