Technology | October 10, 2007

Thinking Systems’ Flagship Products Include ThinkingPACS and ThinkingRIS

Thinking Systems’ flagship products include ThinkingPACS and ThinkingRIS, an advanced Web-based RIS operating with a powerful, efficient, unified RIS/PACS database. ThinkingPACS addresses clinicians’ demands for an enterprise-wide, multidisciplinary Web-based imaging solution, with advanced functionality that reportedly extends beyond traditional radiology modalities such as CT, MRI, DR and CR.

Thinking Systems’ ModalityBroker, a product in the ThinkingPACS family, is specially designed for integrating specialty modalities to third party enterprise PACS. Thinking Systems provides plug-ins to third party enterprise PACS to provide a suite of comprehensive, advanced clinical tools for all modalities, inlcuding PET-CT and SPECT-CT fusion, nuclear cardiology processing and quantification analysis, general nuclear medicine review and SPECT processing, cardiac PET quantification analysis, PET brain quantification analysis, echocardiography and cardiac catheterization review, MPR for volumetric CT, orthopedic templating and advanced 3D processing and visualization.

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