Technology | November 02, 2006

NovaRad Announces General Availability of NovaPACS 6.5

To help further improve image access and reading efficiency, NovaRad Corporation releases NovaPACS 6.5 with enhanced administration console tools and increased tool availability on the referring physician viewer.

New in NovaPACS 6.5, additional administration console tool features enable better sorting, reporting, and information gathering and viewing.

For the referring physician, the “Referring Physician Specialist Viewer” provides the complete set of tools that are available on the PACS workstations.

This latest version also provides NovaRad with the ability to monitor the NovaPACS installation in real time to help further enhance its support capabilities. Also offered is an option for a cost-effective CD/DVD publisher/printer. In addition stat reads, and the ability for the PACS to support multiple site codes was also enhanced.

As standard practice, installation, hardware, maintenance and training are included in one price, on one contract.

“The updates in this latest version are a direct result of our continued commitment to providing a complete PACS that meets the performance and financial needs of budget conscious hospitals,” said Paul Shumway, senior vice president at NovaRad Corporation. “We partnered with our customers to identify how they use their PACS today and what would help improve their workflow processes and included these enhancements in this latest version.”

NovaPACS 6.5 is available now. To compliment NovaPACS 6.5, NovaRad offers NovaRIS 6.5, a Health Level Seven (HL7) and HIPAA-compliant radiology information system (RIS) software developed using the same database as NovaPACS to ensure seamless integration.

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