Technology | March 03, 2009

NovaRad, Digisonics Bundle PACS, CRS for Convenience, Affordability

March 3, 2009 – NovaRad has released a new system for cardiovascular labs, hospitals and other sites requiring both a PACS and a cardiovascular reporting system (CRS).

The Web-based system provides anytime, anywhere access to radiology studies, streamlines the entire clinical reporting workflow, and creates professional, standards-based reports for all cardiovascular modalities. Data from the imaging modalities, including measurements, velocities, etc., are automatically sent to the CRS database where it generates the patient record and initiates the preliminary clinical findings based upon the measurements and calculations. The interpreting physician reviews, edits and then electronically signs the report, which automatically a faxes/emails/prints a copy to the referring physician.

This new system is offered through a partnership between NovaRad and Digisonics provider of cardiovascular image management and clinical reporting systems.

The Cardiovascular Reporting System reportedly enables the clinical user to easily manipulate the look and feel of the reports without direct assistance from the software provider. NovaPACS enables fast image retrieval, full-feature viewer with intuitive interface, and seven-year onsite archive with off site emergency back up. Full screen viewing, easy to use menus and mouse-based functions are available to help enhance efficiency and referring physicians have complete access to images and reports from any computer.

For more information: www.novapacs.com, digison.net

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