News | December 19, 2014

TeraRecon Highlights iNtuition, iNteract+ Implementations at RSNA 2014

Combined applications facilitate greater image sharing for enterprise systems

TeraRecon, iNtuition, iNteract+, RSNA 2014, implementations

December 19, 2014 — TeraRecon highlighted major implementation and innovations of its iNtuition advanced visualization solution combined with its new iNteract+ interoperability capabilities, at the 100th scientific assembly and annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Nov. 30th-Dec. 4th in Chicago.

The latest version 4.4.12 of iNtuition and iNteract+ focus on the flexibility and power of the complete solution to perform many mission-critical image viewing workflows, such as:


  • Universal viewing and image sharing for electronic medical record (EMR) image-enablement and beyond
  • Deconstructed picture archive and communication systems (PACS) for future-proof PACS replacement or PACS-on-PACS
  • Advanced visualization for extending decision support tools


iNtuition and iNteract+ combine to achieve all of these goals while leveraging legacy PACS systems and any vendor neutral archives.

Steven Campbell, IS manager of diagnostic applications for Piedmont Healthcare, said “TeraRecon quickly implemented an enterprise advanced visualization solution across our five hospitals and simultaneously deployed the zero-footprint viewer to image-enable our Epic EMR, leveraging our PACS-independent VNA. In our comprehensive approach to enterprise image enablement, we have included everything from image sharing and remote visualization workflows to innovative imaging informatics initiatives such as a de-coupled PACS environment.”

Marc Wallace, M.D., neuroradiologist and director, imaging informatics, Allegheny Health Network, said, “Our organization is in a replacement cycle and chose to pursue a deconstructed PACS due to the flexibility it provides us over time. We have leveraged TeraRecon advanced visualization solutions across our enterprise for many years.  The capabilities of iNtuition and iNteract+ working together allowed us to pursue deconstructed PACS with less risk, and equally importantly, with the best eye toward collaborative multi-specialty workflow.”

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