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ScImage PICOM365 Enterprise Imaging Expands Ubiquitous Access

Structured reporting now available in zero-footprint viewer

PICOM365 Cloud’s anytime, anywhere architecture to include zero-footprint Structured Reporting for complex workflows such as echo, stress, cath SPECT, PET, holter, vascular, OB/GYN, maternal-fetal monitoring and breast ultrasound

November 27, 2019 — ScImage, Inc. announced the expansion of PICOM365 Cloud’s anytime, anywhere architecture to include zero-footprint structured reporting for complex workflows such as echo, stress, cath SPECT, PET, holter, vascular, OB/GYN, maternal-fetal monitoring and breast ultrasound.

Zero-footprint functionality enables clinicians and support staff to read and report from any device, leveraging PICOM365’s browser-agnostic environment with no plug-ins or downloads. All existing PICOM365 features — such as flexible report design for customer-specific templates, evidence-based rules that auto-trigger findings, auto-population of measurements from flat files, data parsing, and results integration of nuclear post-processed results from INVIA Corridor 4DM and Cedars-Sinai Cardiac Suite – are supported.

“ScImage has long recognized the value of delivering data where and when it is needed, both to control costs and optimize patient care,” said ScImage’s CEO, Sai Raya, Ph.D. “Having normalized measurements, DICOM tags and other discrete data, we’re able to provide an elegant browser-driven user experience to our established structured reporting platform. PICOM365’s zero-footprint structured reporting empowers physicians to securely work from anywhere with no maintenance or IT support needed and, more importantly, no limitations.”

For more information: www.scimage.com.

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