News | May 18, 2008

Philips Integrates Diagnostic Support System with iSite PACS

May 19, 2008 - Philips Healthcare and AMIRSYS are working together to integrate the STATdx Diagnostic Support System with Philips iSite PACS, looking to reduce the time required to research and complete a difficult imaging analysis.

Designed to support the busy practicing radiologist by increasing speed and accuracy, the integration of STATdx with iSite PACS also assists orthopedic surgeons, neurologists, women’s health centers and emergency departments in their efforts to improve patient care and overall office workflow.

This PACS enables delivery of clinical information throughout the enterprise, over existing networks. The newest version of the iSite PACS features advanced visualization capabilities that are completely integrated into the PACS workflow and provide additional diagnostic information through clinically relevant visualization anywhere throughout the enterprise.

iSite PACS is a customizable solution that reportedly enables workflow efficiency and increases productivity. The iSite PACS business model is scaleable, growing to meet the individual needs of an institution, especially in the hospital imaging center environment. iSite PACS customers pay a small “fee per study” on a monthly basis to view, distribute and store medical images rather than pay a large up-front fee.

For more information: www.medical.philips.com

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