News | November 08, 2010

Web-Based PACS Enables Image Viewing on Mobile Devices


November 8, 2010 – A new Web-based picture archiving and communications system (PACS) system will be on display at RSNA 2010 in Chicago. The Unity v-Series Web PACS, by DR Systems, includes a radiology information system (RIS), cardiovascular information system (CVIS), PACS and reporting applications that are both modular and virtualized. In addition, the company will be demonstrating viewing capabilities on mobile devices.

The feature-rich platform is also offered as standalone modules able to interface with third-party hospital information systems (HIS), RIS and PACS platforms.

It allows reading physicians to access multiple disparate image repositories from a single workstation utilizing a single automated, unified worklist.

Virtualization reduces the number of dedicated application servers to lower hardware and operating costs and service interruptions.

With digital archiving, customers can back up their data without investing in their own dedicated remote data centers by contracting with DR Systems to store their data.

Using the v-Series, physician can view medical images and diagnostic results on the iPad, iPhone and Android devices.

The system allows organizations to replace their legacy PACS while postponing data migration from their aging system, by querying and retrieving data from the legacy archive.

For more information: www.dominator.com

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