Thinking Systems is debuting its new release of Web-based ThinkingRIS unified with its ThinkingPACS powered by a single database. Also debuting is its integration with Philips/Stentor iSite PACS to provide nuclear medicine, PET/CT, echo and cath lab solutions to iSite users. New products introduced include ModalityBroker for integrating specialty modalities to third-party enterprise PACS. New features introduced include: hanging protocols; key images and presentation state that are DICOM 2006 compliant; and cardiac PET and PET brain quantification analysis. Thinking Systems will also showcase its enhanced PACS solutions for nuclear medicine, PET/CT and cardiology.
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