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McKesson solutions for radiology


McKesson’s solutions for radiology have a complete end-to-end workflow in one workspace and offer clinical, financial and operational benefits that address healthcare IT challenges both today and for the future. McKesson Radiol-


ogy is designed for easy deployment on multiple devices and in multiple locations. The solution helps to lower cost of ownership, speed technology adoption and is created to address various user needs – from a complex radiologist


reporting cockpit to clinical reference viewing. McKesson www.rsleads.com/305ht-151


Customizable PACs solution


The EXAM- PACS family of Web-based PACS solutions provides leading-edge, affordable and scalable image


management. Available as both enterprise server-based and cloud-based solutions, EXAM-PACS is designed for easy integration into imaging facilities of any size. Comprised of modular software components, EXAM-PACS enables any site to customize a solution to meet its specific needs and budgets or to add advanced functionality to an existing PACS solution. CoActiv


www.rsleads.com/305ht-153 Save radiologist dictation time


ModLink is a software solution that transfers structured report measurements directly into PowerScribe 360 | Reporting from Nuance. Using DICOM Structured Report (SR), HL7 or XML measurement data from modalities such as ultrasound, DEXA or CT, ModLink auto- populates the report with these


values, saving valuable radiologist dictation time and reducing potential human error. This solution supports multiple modalities, vendors and reports, as well as advanced data types such as CT dose/contrast and injector system measure- ments. PACSGEAR


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Novarad, Dell partner on VNA solution


Novarad and Dell have partnered to create MARZ, a vendor-neutral archive (VNA) to store and manage patient data. This solution combines Dell’s Unified Clinical Archive for on-premise or in-the-cloud data storage and manage- ment with Novarad’s zero-footprint viewer, iPad viewer or optional clinical


viewer for anytime, anywhere image and report access. MARZ’s XDS/XDSI protocol brings data together from disparate silos and stores it in a non-proprietary, open-stan- dards format, enabling information and images to be shared in an HIE. Novarad/Dell


www.rsleads.com/305ht-152 Consolidate images and patient records


Centricity Clinical Archive is a vendor-neutral solution that provides a highly scalable repository, intel- ligent image lifecycle management, IHE-XDS support and flexible tools to help consolidate and manage


a variety of application data types across multiple depart- ments, hospitals and regions. The zero-footprint, non-diagnos- tic clinician viewer interfaces with EMRs to provide a single point of access to view patient images and clinical documents. It includes Centricity Enterprise Archive, Caradigm eHIE, Centricity Clinical Gateway, NextGate MatchMetrix EMP,


PACSGEAR PacsSCAN and more. GE Healthcare www.rsleads.com/305ht-154


Speech recognition from the cloud and more


M*Modal has expanded its strategic relationship with Merge Healthcare. The partnership brings a unique combination of the M*Modal Fluency and M*Modal Catalyst technology platforms to Merge’s imaging customers, delivering cloud-based speech recognition, real-time


business intelligence, structured multimedia reporting and workflow management for fast and accurate diagnostic interpretations. As part of a reseller agreement, Merge will bundle M*Modal Fluency for Imaging and M*Modal Catalyst for Radiology with its Merge PACS portfolio of imaging and


radiology products. M*Modal/Merge Healthcare www.rsleads.com/305ht-156


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