News | PACS | September 19, 2017

ScImage and Invia Partnership Announced

Partnership provides seamless 4DM nuclear cardiology functionality within Picom365 Enterprise PACS

ScImage and Invia Partnership Announced

September 19, 2017 — ScImage Inc. and Invia Imaging Solutions recently announced formation of a joint partnership at the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology’s (ASNC) 22nd Annual Scientific Session, Sept. 14-17 in Kansas City, Mo. ScImage, provider of scalable web-based image and information management systems, has teamed with Invia, a cardiology imaging software solutions provider, to enable users of ScImage’s Picom365 Enterprise PACS (picture archiving and communication system) seamless access to 4DM. Users of Picom365 will now have access to 4DM’s advanced quantification capabilities as part of their on-premises, cloud or hybrid enterprise imaging solution.

The comprehensive PICOM365 imaging system provides enterprise connectivity for all cardiology modalities — echo cardiology, nuclear cardiology, stress, Holter, ECG, etc. — full electronic health record (EHR) integration and LDAP authentication, according to ScImage’s founder and CEO, Sai Raya, Ph.D. He added that the end-to-end encrypted solution delivers all clinical imaging, third-party visualization, reporting and workflow tools necessary to support remote reading and reporting allowing for access to any image, anytime.

“At INVIA, we are committed to making 4DM widely available to healthcare professionals,” said Todd Mitchell, INVIA Product Manager.

INVIA’s 4DM for Nuclear Cardiology solution enables physicians to quantify and review a patient’s cardiac health imaging in a single, convenient and customizable application, according to Todd Mitchell, Invia product manager. With integration into ScImage’s Picom365 system, physicians can review single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) images with increased effectiveness and efficiency.

For more information: www.scimage.com

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