Technology | October 15, 2009

NovaRad Introduces NovaPro RIS/PACS for Radiologist Groups

NovaPro

NovaPro is NovaRad’s latest PACS and RIS built specifically for radiologist groups that read for multiple hospitals, clinics and imaging centers. The NovaPro RIS/PACS is specifically designed to provide all the image retrieval, management and report distribution capabilities to provide exactly what a radiology group needs to be most efficient and productive.

NovaPro facilitates the receipt of DICOM images from unlimited, unaffiliated image producing practices and ensures images and information remains separate. Image retrieval is provided without the necessity to store or maintain the image files. Received images are scrubbed from the archive when the storage limit, pre-determined by the interpreting physician, is reached. However, if the storage and archiving of images and reports is required, the system is configurable to be a complete PACS.

System capabilities also include the automatic distribution of resulting reports through direct HL7 messaging, email or fax to an existing HIS, RIS and/or EMR/EHR.

In addition to NovaPro, NovaRad offers NovaPACS, NovaRIS, NovaCardio PACS, and ClinicPACS orthopedic PACS radiology technologies. Its systems are used by more than 450 facilities around the globe.

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