One key advantage of Carestream’s Vue Mammography PACS is its ability to support a single, fully featured desktop that enables streamlined reading of all breast imaging procedures as well as delivering advanced 3D processing tools.
The new software will include a reporting capability that collects and distributes dose information from Carestream X-ray imaging systems to a healthcare provider’s radiology image management system.
This developmental project is of significant interest in the region as it will provide simplified search and retrieval of imaging documents, powerful diagnostic and post-processing tools and tele-imaging solutions.
SingHealth and Eastern Health Alliance (EH Alliance), and the Singapore Health Ministry’s IT arm, IHiS, have purchased Carestream’s Vue RIS and Vue PACS to enable better access and management of radiology results and patient imaging data.
Vue RIS will support new features that will address Stage 2 Meaningful Use and new ICD-10 codes in the U.S. and innovative integrated RIS/PACS reporting that will expedite physician access to patient information and images.
These new capabilities will be demonstrated at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) exhibit that begins Sunday, Dec.1, 2013.
This new module is scheduled to include the display of DICOM-compliant 2D synthetic views, which are calculated from the 3D dataset.
Carestream will show at RSNA its newest version of image acquisition software that will include innovative standard and optional features for its CR and DR systems.
This program helps eliminate the capital investment in film printing systems and offers a payment model based on per-print usage, with management through an easy-to-use and comprehensive Web portal.
ONRAD is a leading provider of around-the-clock radiology services at U.S. hospitals which provides on-site radiology support, sub-specialty interpretations, after-hours teleradiology and RIS+PACS support, as well as final and preliminary radiology reports.
The new systems will provide rapid access to X-ray images for surgeons working in 56 surgical suites. With 1,065 licensed beds, Baylor University Medical Center serves as the flagship hospital of Baylor Health Care System and is a major patient care, teaching and research center for the Southwest.
This versatile offering is ideal for urgent care centers, imaging clinics and a broad range of physicians and specialists, including orthopaedists, podiatrists and chiropractors.
The company’s affiliated radiology group has specialists in neurology, mammography, orthopaedics and other fields who read for hospitals as well as imaging centers.
Carestream Scientists and Researchers from Leading Medical Schools also Presenting Scientific Papers Involving Innovative Advances in Medical Imaging.
The digital breast tomosynthesis module can enhance workflow by allowing healthcare providers to store, route, display and query/retrieve DBT exams from DICOM-compliant acquisition devices.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is divided into regional Veterans Integrated Service Networks, which serve veterans across the country and in U.S. territories.
Increased awareness of the importance of mammography screening and new imaging modalities that can help with early detection are vital tools in the continuing battle against breast cancer.
The hospital has used CR systems from Carestream for years and the company’s reliable equipment and exceptional service are also important benefits.
Spire Healthcare in Harpenden, part of the UK’s second largest network of private hospitals and clinics, now operates a fully digital radiography suite.
At this year’s Journées Françaises de Radiologie (JFR) exhibition, October 25-29 in Paris, Carestream will showcase the latest innovations to its portfolio of healthcare IT, digital x-ray capture and dental solutions.
Harbin Clinic managers and technologists evaluated several wireless DR room systems but selected Carestream because they ranked it highest in image quality and ease of use.
According to the report, Carestream is the only one of the leading four worldwide VNA vendors that services all of the major geographic regions (the Americas, Emerging Markets and Asia/Pacific) that were part of the research study.
The detector, which received FDA clearance several months ago, offers high quality, low dose X-ray exams for pediatric, orthopaedic and general radiology applications.
Carestream was the only supplier of healthcare imaging and information technology included among the top 50 companies on the list.
After an intensive evaluation of seven PACS suppliers, Joseph Brant Hospital (Burlington, Ontario) ordered a CARESTREAM Vue PACS and zero-footprint Vue Motion mobile image viewer.
Spire Healthcare operates 38 private hospitals across the UK with Carestream CR, RIS and Vue Motion currently installed at all sites and Carestream PACS installed at 27 locations.
The new Carestream DRX-Revolution mobile unit does away with the need to process CR cassettes in a separate processing area.
Hospital staff integrated the Web-based Vue Cardio PACS with an existing CARESTREAM Vue PACS so both systems can use the same interface to the hospital information system (HIS) and also share CARESTREAM Vue for Vendor Neutral Archive.
The radiology staff at St. Luke’s Hospital (Chesterfield, Mo.) reports its new CARESTREAM DRX-Revolution Mobile X-ray System captures exceptionally high-quality bedside images.
This partnership focuses on the need for new technology to help address key concerns in sports medicine, particularly those related to head injuries
Freeman Hospital is one of the largest teaching hospital Trusts in the country and the Radiology Directorate within Newcastle carries out in excess of 440,000 examinations a year.
The CARESTREAM DRX-Evolution DR Room is a versatile digital radiography system with configurable, modular components that combine to fit the space, workflow and budget requirements of each healthcare facility.
An automatic registration feature for MRI, CT and other 3D exams electronically overlays one exam on top of another to help radiologists detect subtle changes in a patient’s condition.
Carestream announced at AHRA 2013 that its zero-footprint Vue Motion image viewer is being deployed by dozens of healthcare providers across the nation.
At AHRA 2013, Carestream Health showed its new CARESTREAM DRX 2530C detector that offers high resolution, low dose X-ray exams for pediatric, orthopaedic and general radiology applications.
Installation of a CARESTREAM DRX-Revolution Mobile X-ray System has led to a 50% reduction in X-ray dosage at the 564-bed University Hospital Tenon, Paris, which is part of the public health system APHP.
A more efficient workflow will benefit both staff and clients and will replace the time-consuming process of sharing imaging studies and reports by fax, DVD or email.
The survey indicated 85 percent of respondents would like to have Internet-based access to their medical images and reports to share with other physicians.
The presentation will describe how improving the quality of bedside imaging is essential even under the most challenging of circumstances.
Like Carestream’s DRX-1 and DRX-1C detectors, the new DRX 2530C detector can be used with any member of the DRX family of room-based and mobile imaging systems.
This year—for the first time in its 10 year history—the competition required workstations that can analyze, automatically process and report serial studies from multiple modalities.
The new capabilities and resources will help deliver faster prototyping and scale-up at minimal cost, and reduce time-to-market.
The just released “2013 Best in KLAS Awards: Medical Equipment & Infrastructure” report cites the CARESTREAM DRX-Evolution as receiving the highest overall score against seven competitors in the digital X-ray category.
Four CARESTREAM DRX-1 Systems were placed in existing X-ray rooms and four CARESTREAM DRX-Mobile Retrofit Kits upgraded portable systems and allowed the hospital to convert from computed radiography to digital radiography.
In the six years since its founding, Carestream has delivered an attractive 2.6x multiple of invested capital to its shareholders while simultaneously increasing its investments in research and development and customer support.
In a survey of more than 200 radiology professionals, the report stated that “Carestream has built on their wireless detector success with the DRX-Evolution. The DRX-Evolution wireless rooms are also meeting provider needs with an intuitive user interface, great image quality and reliability.”
The appointment in 2012 of Tromp Medical as distributor of Carestream Digital Capture Products across The Netherlands has led to an explosion in sales of Carestream’s DRX-portfolio of digital radiography solutions.
To curb air emissions, Carestream invested in technology that reduces volatile organic compounds that can contribute to ground level smog and air pollutants.
CARESTREAM Vue for Vendor-Neutral Archive can simplify and consolidate storage resources, which can simultaneously help reduce costs and enhance workflow.
The physician-led Springfield Clinic is a multi-specialty medical group whiche serves a population of nearly 1 million patients throughout central Illinois.
The HSØ group consists of 35 hospitals across eight Trusts in Norway. Helse Sør-Øst (HSØ) covers 56% of the Norwegian population across many regions.
This session will describe new mobile applications on the market for medical imaging, along with their uses and limitations.
The hospital’s cardiology team selected Carestream’s Cardiology PACS after evaluating the tools and functionality of several systems.
A CARESTREAM Revolution mobile unit was installed in the Resuscitation Unit of the new A&E Department at Royal Lancaster Infirmary. The department, currently carries out around 19,500 examinations a year.
Novation is the leading health care supply chain expertise and contracting company for the more than 65,000 members of VHA Inc. and UHC, two national health care alliances, Children's Hospital Association, an alliance of the nation's leading pediatric facilities, and Provista, LLC.
Carestream’s DRX detectors work with existing X-ray equipment and can easily be moved to any DRX room or mobile DRX system, a feature referred to as the “X-Factor.”
The universal imaging viewer delivers both time savings and convenience to radiologists, clinicians, and physicians.
The award recognizes how fast a company increases its penetration of a market relative to its competitors, in terms of revenues or units, and is a measure of its success in taking market share away from its competitors from one year to the next.
According to the report, users commended the DRX-Revolution for its exceptional functionality and ability to reduce radiation dose at some facilities.
After a six-month evaluation that involved on-site testing of portable digital imaging systems, Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital (Indianapolis, Ind) installed four CARESTREAM DRX-Revolution Systems.
Carestream will supply CARESTREAM Vue Mammography PACS to all of Scotland’s Breast Screening Centres located at Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Inverness, Dundee and Irvine.
A flexible digital X-ray system from Quantum Medical Imaging (a division of Carestream Health) performs a wide variety of exams.
The Fatebenefratelli Hospital shares the Milan site with the Macedonio Melloni Opthalmic Hospital, which combined offer 600-beds and undertake 140,000 exams annually.
These RFID readers use wireless technology to transfer data from the badge to automatically log employees onto medical imaging systems—which saves time for both technologists and patients.
Amerinet, Inc., a national healthcare solutions organization, signed a three-year agreement to offer CR and DR digital imaging systems to its 60,000-plus members nationwide.
The company’s Web-based Vue for Cardiology consolidates review of echocardiography, cardiac cath, ECG, nuclear cardiology and hemodynamic results and delivers easy comparison of priors.
The collaboration leverages the capabilities of both companies for customers interested in anode and cathode electrode development and processing, as well as new separator membranes.
New measurement tools for chiropractic professionals that make its CR systems with acquisition/mini-PACS software an even more attractive and efficient digital image capture and management solution.
Crystal Clinic physicians perform over 16,000 inpatient and outpatient surgeries and conduct more than 60,000 medical imaging exams a year. They have 12 clinics in the greater Akron area that receive more than 105,000 clinic visits per year.
The annual scouting combine is a week-long event where select college football players perform physical tests for evaluation by NFL coaches, general managers and scouts.
When citizens of Rochelle, Ill., (population 9,500) have a medical emergency, specialists who are miles away can assist with treatment decisions—in real-time.
MyVue empowers patients to securely access, manage and share their medical images and radiology reports with healthcare providers.
Carestream’s Pediatric Capture Image Optimization & Enhancement Software offers the ability to select the pediatric patient body size from a range of seven categories.
Redacción Médica readers vote for Carestream for second consecutive year.
The smaller detector is designed to fit into paediatric incubator trays and offer higher DQE (detective quantum efficiency), which can lead to lower dose requirements than CR cassettes or gadolinium scintillator detectors.
The new imager can support efficient printing and time-saving film cartridges that can benefit healthcare providers of all sizes across the globe.
Carestream’s new lesion management tools are designed to enhance assessment of oncology patients by providing semi-automatic tracking and segmentation of lesions from modalities and other vendors’ PACS systems.
The digital breast tomosynthesis module streamlines workflow by allowing healthcare providers to store, route, display and query/retrieve DBT exams from DICOM-compliant acquisition devices.
Carestream’s Vue RIS provides: embedded voice recognition; critical results reporting; and centralised patient scheduling and management reports that track patient referrals by physician and modality reading by each radiologist.
Positioned in the market at a lower cost than a conventional CT unit, the CS 9300 is an affordable way for radiology facilities to expand their ENT and dental services and increase productivity.
New patents include: improvements in digital radiography detectors; advanced image processing techniques for digital radiography, mammography exams and specialty applications; and medical imaging advancements for use in intensive care units, orthopedics and mobile X-ray systems.
The innovative DRX-Revolution imaging system was added to Novation’s existing agreement, which includes Carestream’s versatile family of DRX systems.
At #ECR2013 Carestream will showcase a raft of new solutions designed to help radiology professionals improve patient care.
One DRX-Revolution images ER patients and the other system is used for ICU and inpatients throughout the hospital.
Carestream toll coating services specializes in aqueous and solvent coatings on flexible substrates, expanded its technical capabilities and expertise in 2012 to better meet the needs of its advanced technology customers.
Boca Raton Regional Hospital (Boca Raton, Fla.) purchased two CARESTREAM DRX-Revolution Mobile X-ray Systems as part of its conversion from CR to DR.
After evaluating three other vendors, Memorial Health System (Abilene, Kan.) ordered CARESTREAM Vue PACS and its vendor-independent Vue Motion viewer that supports image access from Web-enabled devices, such as iPads.
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