Technology | October 22, 2008

Viztek Turnkey Solution for Easy, Affordable Full Digital Workflow

At RSNA 2008, Viztek is slated to introduce a turnkey digital conversion package combining its Opal-RAD PACS and an advanced, affordable Kodak computed radiography (CR) device. Designed to transforms a practice from film-based workflow to full digital imaging, Viztek’s new Opal-MD package combines enterprise level Opal-RAD PACS for digital image viewing and management with Kodak’s Point-of-Care (POC) CR at a reportedly affordable price point for the private practice physicians.

The new Opal-MD solution will deliver a range of advanced features and functionalities, including digital image viewing in multiple exam rooms, image auto-routing, CD burning and film printing. The package was specially developed so that the affordable purchase price and low cost of ownership will deliver a rapid return on investment.

Also showcased at RSNA will be the latest version of Opal-RAD as a software-only solution. The advanced, affordable, standards-based PACS solution is compatible with a full range of image acquisition hardware.

Complementing this will be U-Arm and Dual Detector Digital Radiography devices that can be purchased as seamless solutions with any Viztek PACS to provide a complete radiology solution for practices of all sizes.

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