Technology | October 25, 2010

RIS/PACS Upgrade Offers New Imaging Informatics Tools, Specialties

At RSNA 2010, Agfa HealthCare's will showcase its latest Impax release, incorporating the Impax radiology information system (RIS), picture archiving and communication system (PACS) and reporting solutions in a single Web-deployable desktop.

Demonstrations will showcase how Agfa HealthCare's IMPAX solution effectively manages a multitude of tasks; from scheduling, patient check-in, order generation, reading and reporting from inside the radiology department or from remote locations, through to the final report and images being available in a wide array of technologies including inside an electronic medical record (EMR). Impax also includes advanced visualization software

New and well-established solutions, including Impax RIS, PACS, and Reporting workflow convergence systems and new Impax Business Intelligence and Data Mining tools with real-time digital dashboards, powerful reports, alerts, and notification as well as benchmarking, will be highlighted.

Agfa HealthCare will also show how IMPAX is expanding the current boundaries of PACS, beyond the radiology department and into cardiology, orthopedics, women's care, nuclear medicine and other clinical departments, creating a longitudinal image enabled EMR with the company's Impax Data Center and Impax Data Center Viewer. The Data Center Viewer is powered by Agfa's new Xero technology, which requires no download of any kind and serves up images securely in the most popular browsers (i.e. Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, and Mozilla Firefox).

For more information: www.agfahealthcare.com

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