Technology | November 10, 2016

Telemis Launches Version 4.8 of PACS Software at RSNA 2016

Version 4.8 of image archiving and transmission platform includes new mammographic module and enhanced comparative monitoring

Telemis, Medical PACS 4.8, RSNA 2016

November 10, 2016 — Telemis has launched the next generation of its picture archiving and communication system (PACS) software. Version 4.8 of the Telemis-Medical archiving software and image transmission platform features improved diagnostic mammography and comparison functionality alongside powerful visualization capabilities for users of mobile devices. The new version also further simplifies sharing of medical imaging data between medical practitioners and within and between medical facilities.

Telemis-Medical PACS 4.8 offers new tools to radiologists in specialized areas such as breast imaging, as well as facilitating improved comparative monitoring of images obtained from examinations conducted by other radiological disciplines. The mammographic diagnosis module has been completely revised to enable the intelligent and efficient management of digital tomosynthesis images and to improve the management of multimodal display data. 

The new version of the software can calculate the doubling time according to the RECIST analysis criteria and delivers instant fusion of image data obtained from multimodal examinations. A redesigned viewing and treatment tool for DICOM-RT images will benefit radiation therapists by supporting collaboration and discussion across multiple disciplines. Telemis-Medical PACS 4.8 also now offers native support for PDF DICOM files.

Tablet users have access to the full power of visualization applications to assess imaging information from multiple locations. This includes secure transfer of images to and from external parties, including home doctors.

Telemis-Medical PACS version 4.8 will be launched at the 2016 Radiological Society of North America annual meeting (RSNA), being held in Chicago Nov. 27-Dec. Visitors to the Telemis booth can share their views with developers and engineers, discuss the benefits of the various concepts presented during the show and vote for their favorite technology prototypes. The concepts that receive the most votes at the show are likely to be incorporated into future versions of Telemis-Medical PACS.

For more information: www.telemis.com

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