Technology | October 08, 2008

Philips RIS/PACS Features Improved Scheduling, Statistical Reporting

As the basis of its healthcare IT platform, Philips now offers both a PACS and RIS solution. Philips XIRIS 8.0 introduces several reported enhanced features including improved scheduling and billing, statistical reporting, key milestone tracking and QA and peer review.

This new release also includes more effective distribution of results, supporting documentation and more flexible teleradiology components, said Philips. New features include: batch transcriptionist, messaging, VIP protection, digi-form data mining and a comprehensive daily dashboard of XIRIS activity. XIRIS 8.0 leverages those components to support the women's health care cycle for mammography and other treatment cycles, linking multiple visits and exams, plus consolidated reporting and dictation.

The highlight of XIRIS 8.0 is XRE 2.0, the next generation of our embedded and seamless reading environment where radiologists can manage their worklist, images and result reporting with voice commands in a reportedly simple and seamless connection solution joining XIRIS and SpeechMagic voice recognition system.

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