News | April 09, 2008

Three New Contracts Inked for PACS, RIS

April 10, 2008 – Three imaging centers selected NovaRad’s NovaPACS and NovaRIS solutions in hopes of enhancing patient service and streamlining image reading and reporting.

Delta Imaging LLC in Slidell, LA, purchased NovaPACS and NovaRIS, while North Dover Open MRI in Lakewood, NJ and Sinai Diagnostic Imaging in Brooklyn, NY, both purchased NovaPACS.

NovaPACS is an enterprise-level PACS offering fast image retrieval, a full-feature viewer with intuitive interface and a 7-year on-site archive with off site emergency back up. Full screen viewing, menus and mouse-based functions are available to help enhance efficiency and referring physicians have complete access to images and reports from any computer.

Featuring the ability to filter workflow by modality and launch dictation from workflow, NovaRIS contains specialized worklists and reports for stalled and cancelled procedures. Additional features include: auto distribution of reports through email, phone or fax with receipt verification; customizable menus by user; electronic signature for radiologists; audit trail; seamless integration with NovaPACS or other third-party PACS or HIS and workflow tracker.

Additional enhancements in these latest versions include an improved information NovaCentral support “command center” for real time remote monitoring and referring physician features in NovaPACS to enhance image reading efficiency. NovaRIS runs on the same open source platform as NovaPACS, aiming to ensure seamless integration between the two systems. This latest version is now also available in Spanish.

For more information: www.novapacs.com

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