Technology | June 13, 2013

Shina Systems Announces New Commercial Release of 3Di PACS

June 13, 2013— Shina Systems announced the new commercial release of its 3Di picture archive and communications system (PACS) solution. Shina Systems' 3Di is a platform that allows clinicians, healthcare providers and patients to view medical images everywhere and for any purpose — from diagnostic image interpretation to intuitive viewing of images in a personal health record.

3Di PACS is an advanced and scalable Web-based platform allowing access to medical images throughout the enterprise for faster diagnosis, reporting, storage and distribution of clinical data. The 3Di PACS Web interface allows studies management and physician worklist via a full-featured, zero-footprint 2-D/3-D Web-based viewer. The 3Di PACS client is an advanced diagnostic PACS viewer for reading 2-D, 3-D and 4-D (sequence) studies using proprietary high-speed streaming technology, multi-monitor support and advanced Hanging Protocol.

With this new release of 3Di PACS, users worldwide will enjoy a robust and intuitive diagnostic viewing solution which is instantly accessible via any Web browser. The new version includes a wider set of interaction features, such as volume rendering tools, rule-based HP definition and selection, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved mammography reading tools, easy-to-use MR spine labeling, integrated reporting, seamless integration with other hospital information systems and much more. This new version has been released after an evaluation period in selected live sites around the world, where 3Di PACS was used as the primary PACS system. The experience and input provided by these test sites contributed substantially to the current version of 3Di PACS.

As part of the 3Di family, this release includes new versions of the 3Di Cloud solution and 3Di workstation solution. 3Di Cloud is a cost effective, cloud-based image management and advanced visualization software suite, which turns any Internet-connected PC into a comprehensive image processing workstation. 3Di Workstation is an multi-modality viewing and analysis software suite that covers a broader range of clinical needs, including an auto-segmentation cardiac CT analysis tool, CT colonoscopy and PET-CT fusion.

For more information: www.shina-sys.com

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