Technology | Mammography Reporting Software | August 31, 2015

Novarad Releases New NovaMG Digital Mammography System

Software to enable integrated PACS and mammo viewing for Novarad users

Novarad, NovaMG, mammography viewer, NovaPACS

August 31, 2015 — Novarad has developed its own specialty viewer with advanced hanging protocols and workflows designed especially for digital mammography. While Novarad customers have been using a third-party mammography viewer for years, the new viewer is completely native to the NovaPACS enterprise viewer.

The new NovaMG offers radiologists the option to use their picture archiving and communication system (PACS) workstation to read solely mammography and tomosynthesis studies, or the convenience to read for all patients and all modalities from the same workstation and user interface.

NovaMG has workflows for both screening and diagnostic and provides integrations with voice recognition systems, Penrad PenTrac and Penrad MIS (Mammography Information System). It also offers full support for tomosynthesis including cine controls, thumbnail reference map, slab thickness control and magnification. CAD markers are also displayed and toggled on/off.

The software is fully customizable. It includes a professional-grade mouse with special features, hotkeys, voice recognition and reporting. NovaMG also offers a wide variety of standard and custom hanging protocols as well as immediate, intuitive access to other relevant mammography studies such as breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound.

NovaMG is U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved for sales in the United States.

For more information: www.novarad.net

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