A new RIS/PACS system is now available from imaging solution providers aycan and medQ, aycan workflow, provides an integrated digital imaging and patient management system for imaging centers and small hospitals that wish to avoid a multi-vendor solution.
The Johns Hopkins Health System has purchased Carestream Health’s Vue PACS to support multi-site reading of imaging exams and sharing of diagnostic information, the company has announced. The Johns Hopkins Hospital has been rated first in the nation for 21 consecutive years by U.S. News & World Report.
Carestream will participate in a session on breast tomosynthesis at the upcoming Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine 2014 annual meeting in Long Beach, Calif. “Problems and Solutions in Breast Tomosynthesis” will be held Thursday, May 15, from 12:00 to 1:00 pm in the Innovation Theater of Exhibit Hall B at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Version 2.0 of VuComp’s M-Vu Breast Density tool will account not only for the amount, but also the distribution and dispersion, of fibroglandular tissue.
Claron Technology displayed its Nil family of zero-footprint medical viewers at the China International Medical Equipment Fair, China’s largest medical conference, in Shenzhen from April 17 to 20.
BridgeHead Software’s newest Health Data Management solution includes a DICOM Archive Browser and support for the SWIFT OpenStack Cloud storage standard.
Major Hospital in Shelbyville, Ind, has installed an upgraded Carestream Vue PACS with advanced features, including a Vue Motion image viewer, lesion management application, and mammography module.
Surgical Theater, a company that merges flight simulation technology with brain surgery, has launched a Surgical Navigation Advanced Platform to provide neurosurgeons with virtual-reality guidance in the operating room.
Visage Imaging Inc has released version 7.1.5 of the Visage 7 Enterprise imaging platform, offering improved navigation and speed for mammography and digital breast tomosynthesis imaging.
When San Diego Imaging Medical Group (SDI) merged with North County Radiology Medical Group in 2013, SDI was challenged with managing disparate silos of archived patient information and migrating all patient information from three different data sources into one common archive.