News | Ultrasound Women's Health | June 17, 2019

Warm Springs Health & Wellness Center Implements Digisonics Solution for OB Ultrasound

Oregon facility catering to American Indians and Alaska Natives now features comprehensive PACS and reporting solution for obstetric ultrasound

Warm Springs Health & Wellness Center Implements Digisonics Solution for OB Ultrasound

June 17, 2019 – Warm Springs Health & Wellness Center in Warm Springs, Ore., has selected the Digisonics OB PACS (picture archiving and communication system) and Structured Reporting Solution for their facility. Warm Springs Health & Wellness Center is a primary care clinic dedicated to providing quality healthcare to all eligible American Indians and Alaska Natives in the Warm Springs Service Unit Area of Oregon.

In partnership with providers from Oregon Health and Science University, Warm Springs is now able to offer onsite state-of-the-art, obstetrical care services to their community. The Digisonics system provides image storage, review, comprehensive measurements, and calculations package and structured reporting for their OB ultrasound studies. Seamless integration with the facility’s GE ultrasound machine will automatically transfer data directly into the report, eliminating manual data entry workflows.

As a result of implementing Digisonics, Warm Springs Health & Wellness Center has a single comprehensive solution for their OB ultrasound studies, with the most efficient workflow and best quality of patient care, according to the company.

For more information: www.digisonics.com

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