Technology | November 04, 2007

Merge Healthcare to Debut New eFilm Solution at RSNA 2007

Merge Healthcare is delighted to debut our newest enhancement to eFilm Workstation, one of most widely downloaded desktop diagnostic imaging software, available for download on Merge website. eFilm RIS/PACS adds robust workflow to eFilm visualization, which allows single site imaging businesses with lower volumes to cost-effectively move into a filmless/paperless environment.

In addition to the visualization and media tools available in eFilm Workstation, eFilm RIS/PACS users can realize an efficient start-up in digital image and information management via a comprehensive set of workflow features, ranging from scheduling to report creation. This distributed radiology data model is designed to give users access to their reports and images from any web-enabled device, whether at home, a private office or the scanning site.

Referring physicians can easily access eFilm RIS/PACS workflow via a Web portal, allowing rapid report availability. eFilm RIS/PACS provides an administrator-defined security model that features various levels of user rights and privileges, limiting data availability to only users that require it.

* This product is a Works in Progress. Merge Healthcare is not legally obligated to develop described "future" software with the features and functionality described.

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