Sectra featured at RSNA 2009 its latest release of Sectra PACS with RapidConnect technology. The focus of the next-generation Sectra PACS is on providing a performance solution for wide-area radiology, enabling efficient workload sharing across multiple sites, even for very large image stacks over strained networks.
A core component of Sectra's PACS is RapidConnect technology, which leverages patent pending technology to enable the radiology workflow demanded today by radiologists. By facilitating multi-site workflow and rapid image and data delivery, Sectra assist clinicians in efficiently leveraging and sharing resources across geographic and subspecialty boundaries. The list of clinical functionality delivered as part of Sectra’s new PACS release is extensive, including efficient result distribution to referring physicians, several integrated solutions focusing on performance in large stack reading, such as integrated 3D and MPR, minimization of operational costs through the introduction of single point of administration and a full web-based deployment of the Sectra PACS.
Sectra also launched the new diagnostic mammography workstation based on Sectra RapidConnect technology. Sectra now offers the same mammography screening reading capabilities on the Sectra new RapidConnect platform. This enables true remote reading and distributed collaboration also within mammography.
Sectra also featured its RIS solution. With embedded tool and functionality, Sectra RIS continues to drive radiologist productivity to the next level. By delivering a single desktop reporting environment and the ability to monitor critical tasks and events in real-time, radiologists can manage patient data and daily workflow across the enterprise, from wherever they want, while significantly increasing efficiency.