Technology | May 21, 2015

PACSHealth and Dell Sign Hosting and Distribution Agreement for Radiation Dose Monitoring

Under the agreement, Dell will provide PACSHealth's DoseMonitor OnLine as centrally hosted service for Dell Cloud Clinical Archive users

PACSHealth, Dell, DoseMonitor Online, hosting, distribution, agreement

May 21, 2015 — PHS Technologies Group LLC, a unit of PACSHealth LLC announced that Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences will become a marketing, distribution and hosting partner for its DoseMonitor OnLine software solution.

Under the agreement, Dell will provide DoseMonitor OnLine as a centrally hosted service for current and future customers using the Dell Cloud Clinical Archive service (DCCA) for enterprise data management. As one of the largest medical image archives in the world, DCCA currently hosts more than 7.5 billion images from 1,050 clinical sites.

DoseMonitor OnLine is a fully managed Software as a Service that automates American College of Radiology reporting guidelines, eliminating time-consuming manual steps and reducing human input errors. DoseMonitor OnLine provides an enterprise view of all imaging protocols with full support and integration of the platform into the enterprise operation.

Its capabilities include:

  • Enterprise level multimodality support for computed tomography (CT), mammography, digital radiography (DR), computed radiography (CR) and angiography (XA) modalities;
  • Advanced reporting capabilities, including dose by technologist by procedure, dose by physician by procedure, mammography reporting (organ and mean glandular dose) and age range support with real-time alerts and notifications of variance in protocol or expected dose;
  • Intelligent patient search, including search by name, partial name, medical record number and accession number; and
  • Full remote hosting and management by Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences.

 

For more information: www.dosemonitor.com, www.dell.com/healthcare

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