Technology | PACS Accessories | November 30, 2017

ScImage Announces PicomPassport

Allows organizations to easily import external patient exams into any PACS

ScImage Announces PicomPassport

November 29, 2017 — ScImage Inc. introduced PicomPassport at the Radiological Society of North America’s 103rd Annual Scientific Assembly, Nov. 26-Dec. 1 in Chicago. PicomPassport is a new technology that leverages PICOM365’s Azure-based Cloud to simplify the importing of external patient exams into any picture archiving and communication system (PACS).

With PicomPassport, any external entity (a facility, physician or patient) can initiate an exam upload request. Upon obtaining an upload authorization electronically, the entity can then drag and drop exam data for instant availability on Picom365.com. PicomPassport’s Cloud-based functionality securely sends uploaded exams to local PACS following an intelligent conflict resolution process and provides secure ownership exchange within existing security frameworks.

“Frictionless importing of external patient exams into departmental PACS remains a sticky process for most healthcare organizations, despite being a vital functionality that is required to avoid repeat procedures, ensure dose minimization and improve patient care,” said Sai Raya, Ph.D., CEO of ScImage Inc.

For more information: www.scimage.com

 

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