Technology | May 04, 2009

Roentgen Works Supports Remote Reading

BRIT Systems will show its next-generation, Web-based technology platform for the Roentgen Works remote reading solution, a workflow solution that enables radiology groups of all sizes to provide outsourced radiology reading services.

Roentgen Works is BRIT Systems’ next-generation Roentgen Files II, a new DICOM server that uses a Google database and Linux clustering technology to create a reliable, stable image management and distribution solution.

BRIT is introducing the use of advanced technologies such as AJAX and Skype embedded in the Roentgen Works, and demonstrating newly developed urgent findings tools. AJAX technology enables real-time updating of information and viewers in an intelligent fashion. Skype technology lets users communicate over the internet, either by instant messaging or making phone calls that are logged and tracked.

An open API has been added to the Roentgen Works so the worklist can launch a study in another DICOM viewer, including BRIT Vision. The Roentgen Works will also include BRIT’s newly developed integrated voice dictation and transcription solution, BRIT Speak, which was also launched at the 2008 annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America.

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