Technology | June 11, 2012

Novarad Automates Radiation Dose Reporting with NovaRIS

June 8, 2012 – Novarad’s NovaDose solution that calculates cumulative patient, exam and modality ionizing radiation dose history now automatically reports the patient’s exam dose profile from directly into the NovaRIS diagnostic report without dictation or manual entry. This new convenience increases ease of use and saves time.

Novarad introduced radiation dose monitoring integrated with PACS in November and now with the addition of seamless integration with NovaRIS, facilities are assured the most comprehensive feature set, reporting flexibility and ease of use, while completely eliminating the need for a dedicated dose monitoring server at smaller facilities.The radiation dose monitoring engine, DoseMonitor, was developed by PHS Technologies Group.

NovaDose is available now for NovaPACS sites of all sizes, where ionizing radiation procedures are performed.

For more information: ww1.novarad.net

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