News | March 26, 2008

Voyager Imaging Connects Three Sites with PACS Installation

March 27, 2008 - Voyager Imaging installed its PACS at Memphis Lung Physicians Clinic located on the Baptist Memphis Hospital Campus, TN, connecting three sites including Baptist Memorial Hospital Desoto Campus and Baptist Memorial Hospital Collierville Campus, allowing users to access images for clinical viewing, reading and reporting.

The access is achieved through a combination of Voyager’s Web client and its preemptive prefetching of studies over low to medium bandwidth connections.

Voyager PACS is a Web-enabled PACS system that receives images from modalities via DICOM or other sources, such as teleradiology, storing images on the PACS server. Studies and images on this server can be viewed, reported and manipulated by Voyager Diagnostic workstations connected to the PACS server via LAN, WAN or Internet connection.

For more information: www.voyagerpacs.com

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