Technology | July 04, 2006

PACS Solution Focuses on Entire Healthcare Enterprise

iSite PACS, which was acquired when Philips purchased Stentor Inc., will be showcased. The system can be sold with a unique "pay-per-study" business model that enables customers to purchase PACS services without a major software or infrastructure investment.
Existing customers (EasyAccess and iSite) can count on full service, support and upgrades. The Philips Global PACS Business Unit, formerly Stentor, was founded in 1998 to provide a solution for enterprise-wide medical image and information management. Leveraging patented iSyntax technology, the company has developed an Enterprise First solution for the distribution and management of diagnostic-quality digital images and associated patient information.

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