Technology | December 08, 2009

Upgraded RIS-PACS Solution Optimized for Multimodalities

December 8, 2009 – An updated version of RIS/PACS, showcased last week at RSNA 2009, includes solutions for PET/CT and SPECT/CT fusion, and nuclear cardiology.

The nuclear cardiology system by Thinking Systems is designed to aid in quantification and offers template-driven structured reporting. Other upgrades include general nuclear medicine processing (MUGA, renal, gallbladder, lung, gastric emptying, general ROI analysis, etc.) and review, and echocardiology Web-based review and structured reporting.  

Thinking Systems’ PACS solutions include image archiving, connectivity/data conversion for both DICOM and non-DICOM modality devices, and comprehensive clinical suites for all modalities running on either dedicated workstations or remotely. The company’s PACS solutions offer side-by-side comparisons of radiology and cardiology modalities with specific clinical tools for each modality. Thinking Systems’ Web-based RIS provides patient registration, modality worklist, report generation and distribution, and billing interface.
 
The flexible, customizable, and fully Web-based ThinkingPACS and ThinkingRIS are integrated with major third-party PACS, including Philips iSite PACS, Fujifilm Synapse PACS, and other major enterprise PACS in the industry, to provide comprehensive molecular imaging PACS/RIS solutions throughout entire enterprise utilizing existing PACS infrastructures.

The company was the recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s “Technology Leadership Award for Cardiovascular PACS” (CVPACS), and recognized as a leading CVPACS vendor by KLAS,

For more information: www.thinkingsystems.com

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