iSOFT launches new diagnostic imaging PACS solution

By Sam Collins
12:00 AM

Health information technology company iSOFT Group has introduced its new iSOFT PACS (picture archiving and communications system), enhancing its global portfolio of IT products designed to create a seamless electronic health record.

The iSOFT PACS will integrate with existing solutions, including iSOFT's radiology information system (RIS) and hospital information system (HIS).

The PACS is also embedded as part of LORENZO, iSOFT's next-generation health IT solution to electronically connect patient records across the full spectrum of healthcare provision.

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iSOFT offers clinicians in both public and private radiology and cardiology departments one of the most technically and functionally advanced PACS solutions available that addresses Medical Image Repository needs.

Offered as a standalone product or as part of an existing system, iSOFT PACS was designed as a cost-effective, easily deployable and upgradeable solution with multi-site scalability.

In partnership with Israeli software developer CDP Medical Developments, iSOFT said it now had a diagnostic imaging solution with the functionality, architecture and flexibility to compete successfully on both functional and commercial terms.

Together with the company's RIS, which is installed in more than 270 sites, iSOFT said it would be able to leverage its expertise and complementary imaging systems across its global footprint.

"Our new iSOFT PACS is a significant development in allowing us to offer an unsurpassed portfolio of solutions that electronically connects patient record content across all healthcare boundaries," said Andrea Fiumicelli, iSOFT's chief operating officer.

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