Technology | April 20, 2010

RIS/PACS Designed for Individual Radiologist

NovaRad's NovaPro RIS/PACS is designed for individual radiologists.

April 20, 2010 - For radiologists working on their own, it may be difficult to justify purchasing a full-featured picture archive and communication system (PACS) and radiology information system (RIS).

To ease the burden, the single user NovaPRO system is a complete PACS and RIS, built specifically for single radiologists. One process allows radiologists to automatically receive and read images from, as well as to automatically dictate and distribute reports.

The NovaPRO system by NovaRad is designed to provide image retrieval, report dictation and distribution, including of management reports. The Web-based referring license enables images and reports access from any Internet-enable computer. Images are not fetched, and all studies are on each user’s workstation regardless of where the server is located. This allows for immediate image retrieval. Capabilities also include the automatic distribution of final reports via fax, email or printing.

For more information: www.novapacs.com

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