The new PACS will support multi-site reading of medical imaging exams and sharing of diagnostic information to help physicians determine the best treatment path for each patient’s condition.
The discussion will be moderated by Matthew B. Morgan, MD, University of Utah Health Sciences Center. It will take place on Thursday, May 15, from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm in the Innovation Theater of Exhibit Hall B at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Major Hospital (Shelbyville, Ind.), purchased and installed an upgrade to the newest CARESTREAM Vue PACS to benefit from advanced features and options.
Throughout the tender process, Carestream demonstrated the benefits of being a single solutions provider and its ability to supply a highly effective and affordable solution that took account of existing solutions.
Carestream’s current software already offers companion images that can enhance visualization of tubes, PICC lines and pneumothorax.
The hospital also implemented Carestream’s zero footprint Vue Motion enterprise image viewer that allows physicians to access imaging studies and reports from any location using laptops or mobile devices.
The hospital’s radiology team conducted a week of on-site patient imaging for both the DRX-Revolution and an existing mobile imaging system retrofitted with a Carestream DRX-1 system.
Delivering benefits of wireless digital radiography in key areas throughout the hospital. One DRX-Revolution replaced an older CR X-ray room in the hospital’s Level 1 Trauma Centre, and the other DRX-Revolution captures X-ray images of ICU and inpatients.
The VA center is updating outdated imaging technology in all of its radiology rooms. After evaluating six suppliers, the Supervisor of Radiology and the hospital’s technologists selected the DRX-Evolution.
thorough review of competitive offerings, Monash Health concluded that
Carestream’s systems would best serve the needs of their four large public
hospitals and rehabilitation centre.
The annual scouting Combine is an event where select college football players perform physical tests for evaluation by NFL coaches, general managers and scouts who are preparing to draft new players.
FDA clearance has been received for use of Carestream's Vue Motion image viewer for clinical reading of medical X-ray exams using iPhone 4s, iPad 2, Galaxy Note® and Galaxy S® III mobile devices.
SPIE is the international society for optics and photonics. The 2014 conference will be held Feb. 15-20, in San Diego, California.
The title is “Executive Perspective: How to Achieve Efficient Enterprise Data Management” and the session is open to all HIMSS attendees.
Carestream’s zero footprint Vue Motion image viewer now equips more than 500 physicians with access to radiology reports and imaging studies from mobile devices such as iPads, which provides rapid, easy access at any location—from patients’ hospital rooms to operating suites or offices.
The new PACS will deliver true 64-bit processing (not 64-bit emulation) to address the data-intensive needs of healthcare facilities worldwide and support the move to a Windows operating system.
Many of these solutions will be on show for the first time in Europe and are being demonstrated as current works-in-progress.
This new module is scheduled to include the display of DICOM-compliant 2D synthetic views, which are calculated from the 3D dataset.
A new generation of its Vue RIS platform (as a work in progress) that showcases the company’s commitment to leadership in RIS technology will be demonstrated at the 2014 European Congress of Radiology (ECR).
A new generation of its Vue PACS platform (as a work in progress) that is designed to create productivity-enhancing capabilities for radiologists and referring physicians will be shown at ECR.
At ECR Carestream will highlight its Managed Print Solutions (MPS) programme that pairs the outstanding image quality of its DRYVIEW laser imagers and medical films with a comprehensive, all-inclusive programme that provides a broad range of benefits to healthcare providers.
At ECR we will show our latest version of image acquisition software that will include innovative standard and optional features for our CR and DR systems.
Study participants commended Carestream for its reliability and smooth integration with other systems. Vue PACS earned high ratings in MD Buyline’s Market Intelligence Briefing™ for Fourth Quarter 2013.
The Trust, centred on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead, is the first in the north east of England to purchase such new systems using the NHS Supply Chain Framework Agreement.
The MD Buyline Report applauds Carestream's DRX Systems for performance and reliability. Carestream was the highest ranked company for both service response time and service repair quality. Healthcare providers also gave Carestream high marks for installation and applications training.
Carestream Tollcoating significantly expanded its contract manufacturing services in 2013 to improve product development and scale-up capabilities for its advanced technology customers.
Patents were awarded for innovations in radiology imaging, healthcare IT, dental imaging and other areas, reflecting another successful year in developing advanced technology across its global businesses.
These digital imaging systems proved invaluable when the hospital began receiving Boston Marathon bombing patients just 15 minutes after the first explosion. “Seconds count when you have 24 patients that have lost limbs or have severe shrapnel injuries.
Medical imaging systems involved in this contract include Carestream’s versatile family of digital radiography systems that deliver rapid access to X-ray exams by radiologists and physicians, which is designed to improve patient care.
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