News | September 30, 2014

TeraMedica Debuts Evercore 6.0 VNA

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Evercore 6

September 30, 2014 — TeraMedica announces the launch of Evercore 6.0 VNA with a new user control center and tighter integration with a PACS and other software systems. Evercore 6.0 features an innovative and improved user interface to locate system data and also enhances user control by customizing delivery of relevant information.

IHE IOCM support, which synchronizes information updates between a VNA and PACS through standardized bidirectional messaging, is also being introduced. The result is elimination of duplicate system updates and savings in cost and time. Additional savings result from object end of life messaging from Evercore VNA to a PACS, automatically removing any purged studies from the PACS worklist. 

For more information: www.teramedica.com.

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