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Faster wireless Toughbook 52 The Toughbook 52 semi-rugged, 15.4-inch notebook


from Panasonic now runs on the Intel Core i5 (up to 2.53- GHz) processor and includes 2 GB RAM (expandable up to 8 GB) and up to a 250-GB shock-mounted hard drive with quick release. The 7-pound upgraded device features a range of new embedded wireless options, including Gobi 2000 mobile broadband technology from Qualcomm. Gobi 2000 simplifi es multi-carrier wireless deployments for IT departments. The computer is designed so Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G mobile broadband, GPS and, in the near future, WiMax modules can be embedded in the same unit. Touch-screen option is available. Panasonic www.rsleads.com/008ht-181


Manage self-pay


Collect SAVVY Healthcare software from Ontario Sys- tems enables hospitals and healthcare providers of any size to manage receivables and self-pay accounts. The solution is scalable and customizable. Industry best practices are in- corporated to help increase cash fl ow, reduce denials, lower operational costs and improve the self-pay process. The Microsoft-based software automates all receivables activities based on a provider’s specifi c needs and objectives. Manag- ers can select specifi c strategies for each patient account or group, based on the provider’s own contact guidelines and in compliance with regulations, and the software automatically follows the rules of the strategy. Ontario Systems www.rsleads.com/008ht-183


Improve clinical work fl ow


InDex software v6.1 from InSite One aims to improve clinical work fl ow within the enterprise archive by provid- ing tools for sharing patient data, including incorporating patient identity matching and reconciliation to produce a patient-centric archive. Features of the new release adhere to IHE (integrating the healthcare enterprise) standards framework and protocols. Expanding the ability to access critical imaging data, InDex 6.1 provides XDS-I and WADO (Web access to DICOM objects) to allow any IHE-com- pliant document consumer to view data within the InDex archive, enhancing the integration opportunities with EMRs and PHRs. This release addresses larger enterprise volumes and processing capacity. InSite One www.rsleads.com/008ht-186


Burn studies to CD/DVD


BRIT Systems now provides an HL7 interface for Roent- gen Burner that runs in the background, receiving and storing reports that can be included on CD/DVDs along with patients’ studies. The new release, Version 2.2, also includes a CD/DVD importer with a paper digitizer for importing studies and paper information into any DICOM server. This advanced importing tool supports a modality work-list interface so the study can be matched with an order before sending it to the PACS. Flexible options al- low the user to select the entire study or an image series. BRIT Systems


www.rsleads.com/008ht-176 Independents go digital


Centricity Advance from GE Healthcare is a software-as- a-service (SaaS) solution that can enable small, independent clinical practices to go digital. The system offers a combi- nation of EMR, practice management and patient-portal solutions. Physician practices can be up and running quickly, often completing implementation and training in under four weeks. Tutorials walk a clinician through the fi rst use of its many features. Using their own secure password, patients can log into the Patient Self-Service Portal from anywhere to schedule appointments, request prescription refi lls and access billing statements, lab results and private messages from clinicians. GE Healthcare www.rsleads.com/008ht-184


Area-imaging scanners


The Xenon series is Honeywell’s sixth generation of hand-held area imaging scanners. Xenon combines Adaptus Imaging Technology and Omniplanar’s SwiftDecoder decoding software to create a platform that extends depth of fi eld, shortens read time and improves scanning performance on almost all types of bar codes. Xenon is available in two models: the corded 1900 and Bluetooth- enabled 1902. The device reads high-density linear bar codes, 2D bar codes and those found on alternative surfaces, such as the screen of a mobile device. Honeywell www.rsleads.com/008ht-185


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