News | August 03, 2011

McKesson Solutions Enhance Medical Imaging Workflow

August 3, 2011 - The latest release of McKesson's radiology information system (RIS) and picture archiving and communication system (PACS) have both infrastructure updates and usability enhancements. These systems offer value for medical imaging workflows, from order entry to data storage, image analysis and report distribution. The company said these solutions have a complete end-to-end workflow in one workspace and offer clinical, financial and operational benefits that address healthcare IT challenges both today and for the future.     

Workflow solutions, including critical results and peer review, help meet regulatory requirements and streamline workflow without affecting productivity. Web-based tools help organize and share images, teaching files and reference case information.

A radiologist productivity tool acts as a natural extension to display protocols for efficient analysis of complex, high-volume studies. Newly released Report Connector software addresses the needs of multi-vendor, heterogeneous environments.

In addition, McKesson offers a full array of professional services designed to help healthcare facilities realize their full workflow efficiency potential.

For more information: www.allaboutpacs.com

 

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