Technology | February 11, 2009

NovaRad Releases ClinicPACS 7.0

February 12, 2009 – NovaRad Corp.’s latest version of ClinicPACS aims to offer orthopedic clinics an affordable solution to take orthopedic preoperative planning completely digital.

ClinicPACS 7.0 is a clinic solution that includes PACS, Admin Console, orthopedic trauma tools and templates, and patient room image distribution system combined with a robust, hard working CR in a single, integrated and affordable package.

With ClinicPACS, orthopedists have the ability to view images during patient consultation through a patient room control console or to access images remotely. All images and preoperative plans are archived in NovaPACS for reportedly fast and easy retrieval. Additional features of ClinicPACS 7.0 include: dual-site archive, orthopedic trauma tools and templates, CR plates, CR cart, QC tools and unlimited Web viewer licenses.

For more information: www.novapacs.com

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