Technology | September 15, 2011

Novarad and Flexible Informatics Unveil Comprehensive Cardiology PACS and CVIIS

September 15, 2011 – Novarad is demonstrating its NovaCardio at the Quantitative Imaging Reading Room (QIRR) at 2011 RSNA. NovaCardio is a fully integrated cardiovascular pictures archive and communications system (CPACS) image and information management system that offers fast and efficient clinical workflow and powerful features, and is accessible anywhere viewing and reporting.

NovaCardio includes single-click workflow, easy-to-set preferences and auto display of prior studies to ease image viewing. The workstation is optimized to view large motion-based ultrasound and cineangiographic images at full spatial and temporal resolution.  Teamed with the EncaptureMD medical reporting platform, which features “smart” diagnostic and report-building tools, speeds and simplifies report creation and turnaround, billing, lab inventory management, scheduling and accreditation assistance and provides sophisticated administrator dashboards for real-time evaluation of lab workflow.

This combined cardiology solution supports echocardiogram, vascular ultrasound, nuclear medicine and cardiac catheterization modalities. NovaCardio is a single access point for cardiology and radiology studies from the same application and workstation. Complete interfaces to EMR, EHR, HIS, PACS and other HL7 and digital imaging communications in medicine (DICOM)-compliant systems are provided. All Novarad applications leverage a single database.

As with all Novarad medical imaging systems, NovaCardio includes disaster recovery, 24/7 remote support and software and hardware refresh to protect against obsolescence.

For more information: www.novarad.net, www.flexibleinformatics.com

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