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Cardiology PACS and CVIIS Novarad Corp.


752 E. 1180 South, Ste. 200 American Fork, UT 84003


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NovaCardio is a fully integrated CPACS image and information management sys- tem that offers powerful features and accessible-anywhere viewing and reporting. The solution includes single-click workfl ow, easy-to-set preferences and auto-display of prior studies to ease image viewing. The


workstation is optimized to view large motion-based ultrasound and cineangiographic images at full spatial and temporal resolution. Complete interfaces to EMR, EHR, HIS, PACS and other HL7 and DICOM- compliant systems are provided. Teamed with EncaptureMD from Flexible Informatics, the system speeds and simplifi es report creation and turnaround.


Multimodality cardiology image management


Philips Medical Systems 3000 Minuteman Rd. Andover, MA 01810 PH: 800-229-6417 www.rsleads.com/111ht-182 See Hall B #7721 at RSNA 2011


Xcelera R3.2 delivers vital patient information across the care continuum via enhanced con- nectivity with other hospital information systems and the patient’s electronic medical record. It optimizes clinician workfl ow by functioning as a single resource for patient cardiovascular imaging information and study management. Optional advanced quantifi cation applications provide analytical assessment for ultrasound, cardiovascular x-ray, nuclear medicine, as well as clinical review of CT, MR and EP exams. Available Tele-Cardiology features enable images and reports to be accessed remotely through a secure connection.


Reading, any dimension


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syngo.plaza is a highly scalable DICOM-based PACS that can cover a wide range of scenarios from a single workplace to an enterprise edition. This is the fi rst agile PACS solution from Siemens that brings together 2D, 3D and 4D reading in one place to display, process, read, report, communicate, distribute, store and archive digital medical images, including mammographic images. As a PACS, this solution forms the central image management system in radiology for exchanging images and information with connected systems.


Comprehensive radiology solutions McKesson Enter- prise Medical Imag- ing builds and delivers complete end-to-end solutions that enable healthcare facilities of all sizes and com-


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plexities to address today’s imaging and information manage- ment challenges. The company’s Horizon Medical Imaging and McKesson Radiology Manager are designed to improve department workfl ows, break down communication barriers and improve access to patient information by the entire care team. A highly scalable architecture offers a cost-effective solution to facilities requiring a complete storage and infor- mation management solution.


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