Technology | October 10, 2007

Merge Expands PACS Offerings

Merge Healthcare will showcase a works-in-progress of its newest Fusion PACS MX solution that reportedly allows for specialty reading like mammography, orthopedics and PET/CT to proceed seamlessly within clinical workflow. Together with workflow and communication tools like multiple interrupt sessions and instant messaging, as well as the power of native 64-bit processing to load tens of thousands of images simultaneously.

Merge will unveil as its newest imaging informatics solution for Spring 2007, Fusion RIS/PACS MX that brings a positive ROI for imaging businesses and an optimized workspace for radiologists. This single business and clinical application delivers many features including exam-driven imaging workflow, worklist management customized for each user and single-solution access to patient data.

Merge’s eFilm Workstation 3.0 is the newest version of the desktop diagnostic imaging software that provides two options for reading: Gold or Platinum. eFilm Workstation Gold features include spine labeling, new SQL database, enhanced media burning capabilities and new overlay tools. The Platinum version includes additional features such as hanging protocols, key images and roaming profiles. eFilm Workstation 3.0 is also available as an upgrade for Merge Healthcare’s current Fusion PACS customers.

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