Technology | November 12, 2010

PACS Service Creates Smart Image Reading Network

The McKesson Medical Imaging Professional Services Reading Network is an optimization and PACS unification service designed to set up an enterprise-wide cooperative, intelligent, imaging reading network. It delivers complete information to the reading physician by connecting all imaging information systems and providing a consistent reading environment that works according to programmable business rules.

The service optimizes radiologist utilization, improves report turnaround time, routes studies to the appropriate specialist and reduces operating costs.

For more information: www.mckesson.com

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