News | PACS | February 08, 2018

ScImage Celebrates 25th Anniversary

The enterprise PACS solutions provider celebrates 25 years of providing imaging and workflow solutions to the healthcare industry. 

ScImage Celebrates 25th Anniversary

February 8, 2018 – ScImage, a leading provider of enterprise PACS solutions, is celebrating 25 years of providing innovative imaging and workflow solutions to the healthcare industry.

Sai Raya, Ph.D., founded the company in 1993 with private-labeled filmless angiography, 3-D intravascular ultrasound and coronary calcium scoring software systems. During the late 1990s, the company pioneered the concept of a patient-centric approach to clinical imaging to eliminate shortcomings of siloed departmental solutions. ScImage introduced PICOM in 2001 with the first ever cloud-based PACS offering.

The company’s suite of product offerings has expanded over the years in anticipation of industry changes and customers’ evolving business needs. Picom365.com has become the home for hundreds of institutions for clinical imaging and reporting workflow, secure image exchange for interoperability and cloud storage for disaster recovery. Over the years, the on-premise PicomEnterprise, with its cloud counterparts, has become a powerful platform to handle end-to-end imaging workflows for most departments within the health enterprise. Native support for waveforms and non-imaging data, ability to handle complex ordering environments and the ability to interface to any possible EHR system are the unique strengths of PICOM365. Specialty-based reporting methodologies along with advanced visualization are seamlessly delivered anywhere to highly mobile physicians of the modern imaging practice.

For more information: www.scimage.com

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