Technology | October 21, 2010

New System Links RIS, PACS, HIS

October 21, 2010 – A new qualitative intelligence and communications system (QICS) directly interfaces with hospital information systems (HIS), radiology information systems (RIS), PACS and related systems and will be on display at RSNA 2010. The peerVue QICS is an IT platform that automatically addresses unmet workflow and communication needs, such as critical test results, emergency department discrepancies, radiation dose tracking, peer review, Rad-path correlations and technologist performance tracking.

QICS leverages existing RIS and PACS data, while eliminating the need to create workarounds in these systems or to purchase new software applications to meet evolving workflow, communication and regulatory challenges. A single system with unlimited flexible implementation options, it will reduce IT integration and workflow complexities and save money, while driving new departmental efficiencies.

For more information: www.peervue.com

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