Technology | October 28, 2007

Siemens syngo Imaging Created for RIS/PACS

Siemens will bring to RSNA its syngo imaging platform created for the established integration of RIS, PACS and processing in the radiological workflow, reportedly allowing for simple operation, faster workflow and easy integration in the technical environment at hospitals.

Features of the solution include speed with image on demand through dynamic loading and intelligent layout enhancements for image reading, usability through Smart Select and patient context menu and support of various languages.

Siemens will also feature its Dynamics V.6, a multimodality, dynamic image review, diagnosis and archiving system.

Dynamics V.6 reportedly enables evidence-based reporting to improve the efficiency of clinical procedures for cardiology, general imaging and OB/GYN. The solution may also be used in offices, imaging clinics, hospitals and multifacility enterprise health systems. Optional interfacing to clinical or hospital information systems allows the distribution of results in a variety of formats and helps facilities to create a filmless and paperless environment, according to the company.

The system features integrated cardiology, general imaging and OB/GYN solutions, DICOM Structured Reporting Integration with third-party ultrasound machines to enable measurement transfer and archiving options with improved hardware reliability and performance.

October 2007

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