Technology | October 28, 2010

Web-Based PACS Streamlines Workflow

December 1, 2010 – A completely Web-based picture archiving and communication system (PACS) is on display at the RSNA 2010 meeting. Infinitt PACS is hardware-agnostic and offers an embedded 3-D PACS viewer and a full array of image visualization and management tools.

Several hospitals in the United States are switching to the company’s PACS system because of the savings it offers.

"InfinittPACS reduced our costs significantly,” said Karen Buono, radiology administrator at the Brooklyn Hospital Center. “We were spending almost a million dollars a year in film, which has gone down to only several thousand dollars now. That was accomplished rather quickly."

The system reduces patient waiting time and is eco-friendly by saving material, file and storage costs. It enhances workflow and productivity while providing easy access and distribution of images among hospitals, which is especially useful when patients change healthcare providers. The 3-D diagnosis support solution provides complex image processing through the PACS viewer. It offers real-time 3-D volume rendering with superior image quality for integration into dedicated solutions such as CT colonography, cardiac 3-D, lung, fusion solutions and other sub-specialties.

For more information: www.infinittna.com

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