Technology | June 07, 2012

Visage 7 Raises the Bar for Enterprise Imaging

Eye opening demonstrations, integrations and Visage Ease 1.2 at SIIM 2012

June 7, 2012 — Visage Imaging announced it will be demonstrating significant enhancements to the Visage 7  Enterprise Imaging Platform at the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) 2012 Annual Meeting in Orlando, Fla., June 7-9.  Visage 7’s fast, thin-client, server-side processing technology delivers enterprise diagnostic and clinical viewing solutions for healthcare institutions seeking to dramatically accelerate and enhance the delivery of radiology services.

Building upon their industry-leading enterprise-class technology platform, Visage Imaging has masterfully strengthened Visage 7 in the areas of performance, usability, integration, workflow, automation and advanced clinical capabilities. Each provide incremental improvement to the Visage 7 platform, but collectively raise the bar to new heights for enterprise imaging customers. With Visage 7, institutions can execute transformative enterprise imaging strategies with a multidimensional, all native enterprise viewer that simply outclasses obsolete, legacy technologies.

“Change is at the doorstep of Radiology," said Brad Levin, Visage Imaging’s general manager, North America. “Enterprise imaging is experiencing an innovation makeover and Visage is pleased to be leading the way. When massive DICOM datasets no longer have to be fully transferred from location to location to location, miraculous workflows come to life.” Levin continued, “With Visage 7, the largest multi-slice datasets and priors are completely navigable in seconds with protocols that hang studies how radiologists have always wanted to see them but never could. I’m referring to attributes such as on-the-fly reconstruction(s), 3-D volume rendering, automatic coregistration and comparative views brilliantly presented upon loading. Visage 7 truly delivers what’s next, now.”

Visage Imaging is also pleased to announce the release of Visage Ease* 1.2 for mobile access to imaging results on iOS devices, including the iPhone and iPad. When used in tandem with Visage 7, Visage Ease gives authorized providers immediate access to imaging results without the need to manage separate servers or third party technologies. More importantly, Visage Ease now includes novel protocol handler (e.g., visage://…) support to power app-to-app integration, such as launching images in context from mobile EMR applications.

The agnostic, integration flexibility of the Visage 7 Enterprise Imaging Platform will be on display in Visage Imaging’s SIIM Booth #319-321 with demonstration of closed-loop integration to Nuance PowerScribe 360 | Reporting with Multi-site Workflow Orchestrator and integration to Voyant Health’s TraumaCad for orthopedic templating. Additionally, Visage 7 integration to Medicalis’Professional Solution, Workflow Platform for the Enterprise Radiologist, will be demonstrated in Medicalis’ SIIM Booth #612-614.

Visage Imaging is also pleased to announce Bobby Roe, director of Solutions Architecture and Customer Experience, will be participating in an expert vendor panel moderated by David Hirschorn, M.D., Staten Island University Hospital, entitled “Medical Imaging? There’s an App for That!”  The highly anticipated vendor panel is focused on the latest developments in medical imaging mobile applications and will be held on Thursday, June 7 from 2:45–3:45 p.m. in the SIIM 2012 Exhibit Hall/Cypress Ballroom/Innovation Theater.

*Note: Visage Ease is not a medical device and should not be used for diagnosis.

For more information: www.visageimaging.com

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