News | October 18, 2007

ThinkingRIS Offers Integrated Storage

ThinkingRIS is Thinking Systems’ Web-based RIS product that is merged with ThinkingPACS, sharing one single database, which reportedly offers the advantage of centralized storage for both images and patient information.

ThinkingRIS allows clinicians or staff members to perform key tasks such as patient registration, scheduling, exam tracking, staff and resource management, report generation, and distribution from any Windows computer on the network (Intranet or Internet), according to the company.

ThinkingRIS is reportedly scalable to fit the needs of institutions of all sizes, from a single-doctor practice to a large hospital and is based on an open architecture, using standard Microsoft Window operating systems (Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, etc.) and off-the-shelf hardware.

Company website: www.thinkingsystems.com

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