News | May 12, 2008

Tufts Selects Visage Imaging for Thin-Client Solutions

May 13, 2008 - Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA, selected Visage Imaging to provide a Visage CS Thin Client/Server system with the fully integrated Visage Cardiac Analysis package, aiming to fully integrate advanced and quantitative cardiac tools into the workflow and technology platform so that they can be accessed on all clients, making dedicated cardiac workstations no longer necessary.

Viewing and post-processing of the largest cardiac CT studies is available at the click of a mouse, allowing cardiologists and other clinicians to share precious resources such as CT scanners and other imaging equipment. The original CT and cardiac CT data from multiple potential sources can be managed and archived consistently in a single system across the entire hospital enterprise.

Visage CS is built on the thin client/server software architecture from Visage Imaging, reportedly delivering unmatched performance for very large datasets such as CT runoffs, multiphase CT angiography studies and cardiac CT. All functionality becomes available on standard client PCs throughout the entire enterprise network via LAN, WAN, or Internet. Visage CS is fully scalable from small systems to large, clustered solutions that support virtually any number of concurrent users and any storage size, while still maintaining a single central database, according to the company.

For more information: www.visageimaging.com

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