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Intelerad Medical Systems cooperate with Advanced Radiology Services using …

Intelerad Medical Systems, a leader in radiology PACS and PACs workstations, mentioned that it has signed a new contract with Advanced Radiology Services (ARS) where the later will use Inteleard's InteleOne to report diagnostic imaging workflows and studies from multiple PACS sites. Larson Allen consultants and Radiology Business Journal considered ARS as the largest private radiology group in the United States. ARS employs about 100 full-time radiologists to report more than 1 M studies per year in 22 sites. Dr. Kon Loewig, President of Advanced Radiology Services, said: “After two years of research and due diligence we selected Intelerad as our partner, recognizing their experience with complex solutions and a shared vision for product direction,” he added: “We anticipate achieving significant efficiency gains, offering wider subspecialty reading services, and reducing report turnaround times. InteleOne should also allow us to attract and retain the most talented radiologists.” InteleOne features will help to optimize the use of network imaging data transfer. It also allows radiologists to access studies regardless of radiologists location. InteleOne aims to improve workload balancing, subspecialty reporting, and includes integrated voice identification and recognition. “We are pleased to have ARS as a customer because InteleOne was specifically designed for organizations facing the same challenges as theirs,” said Randall I. Oka, President and Chief Executive Officer of Intelerad Medical Systems. “ARS choosing InteleOne validates our Innovation Award for Medical Imaging Workflow Solutions recently received from Frost & Sullivan Healthcare.” Oka ... Read more

Agfa HealthCare Expands IMPAX Agreement with Osakidetza…

Agfa HealthCare and the Basque Healthcare Service’s Osakidetza announced that they has expanded its agreement with facilities in Spain. The main object behind this agreement is to extend Agfa HealthCare's IMPAX Picture and Archiving and Communications System (PACS) to a further 15 sites, in addition to the 28 facilities it currently serves. Further, Osakidetza will install Agfa HealthCare’s IMPAX Data Center. This solution manages diagnostic image access and distribution across the enterprise. "With the support from Agfa HealthCare and its leading solutions, we will have 43 sites running on PACS and a data center to enable us to function as an integrated, united organization," Martín Begoña, CIO at Osakidetza, ... Read more

NovoStent Receives CE Mark for SAMBA…

NovoStent® Corporation, a privately held medical device company, announced that it received CE Mark for its SAMBA Stent and Delivery System for the treatment of peripheral artery disease. The SAMBA Stent provides over 50% vessel coverage. CE Mark approval was supported by data from NovoStent’s SAMBA trial which enrolled patients in Germany in 2009. Lesions treated in the trial included a wide spectrum of disease such as total occlusions, eccentric calcified plaque, ulcerating lesions and thrombotic ... Read more

Primordial To Foster Application at NYU Langone …

Primordial, a leading vendor of communication, workflow, quality management and analytics applications for the medical imaging market, announced on March 1st that it will deploy and further develop Primordial’s applications at NYU Langone Medical Center. According to the agreement, Primordial will install its platform and applications at NYU Langone Medical Center, an integrated academic medical center, to unify communications and manage complex workflow for a highly sub-specialized and distributed work environment. Quality and efficiency will be tracked with real-time feedback loops and dashboards, while advanced analytics will analyze key performance indicators. Primordial will also layer on top of, and seamlessly drive and integrate via worklists, NYU Langone Medical Center’s new Philips iSite PACS, Commissure Voice Recognition System, PenRad Mammography Information System, as well as various other information sources ranging from internal databases to online ... Read more

Pro Medicus Teams Up with Sydney-based Southern …

Visage Imaging, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Pro Medicus Ltd., announced the signing of a $2 million agreement that provides its entire suite of software and services – including its new Visage 7 thin client PACS – to Sydney-based independent imaging provider Southern Radiology. Visage will install its Visage 7 PACS, the company's next-generation thin client streaming digital imaging solution and newly released Version 7.0 RIS at all Southern Radiology practices. After deployment, the solution will cater for the full range of Practice Management and Clinical reporting functions including primary diagnosis in both 2-dimensions (2D) and 3-dimensions (3D) as well as image archiving and distribution. The solution, by virtue of its thin client technology, will also enable Southern Radiology to be the first in NSW to provide referrers with the ability to remotely access, view and manipulate their patients' images in both 2D and ... Read more


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Musculoskeletal Imaging Consultants (MSKIC) announced the release of “Inside Business with Fred Thompson” documentary. MSKIC achieved Obama’s theory of more for less by leveraging technology and bypassing obstructions to health information sharing. Douglas K. Smith, owner of MSKIC, has developed a simple, cost effective strategy to reduce costs and improve quality by leveraging existing technology. Medical facilities have concerns about loss of proprietary information and HIPAA security concerns that limit enthusiasm for interfaculty information. As a result, facilities print and hand carry x-rays or compact discs between facilities which is slow and expensive. MSKIC bypasses these barriers by receiving digital images from multiple participating radiology networks. All of the patient’s studies are collated into a single web-accessible listing for each patient using Practice Builder software (eRAD Inc.) Each patient’s studies from all facilities are immediately available to all the patient’s physicians using a HIPAA compliant web-based ... Read more

Radiology Present in 2010 Olympics…

Olympics officials have taken drastic measures to make sure that the athletes stay safe. That’s why this year’s Olympics is packed with diagnostic imaging equipment at, or near, the field of play. All four diagnostic imaging modalities (digital radiography, ultrasound, CT, and MRI) are present at a special Olympics clinic (Poly clinic) that provides all medical services to athletes and Olympic ... Read more

XIFIN Join PMC to Develop Personalized Medicine…

XIFIN Inc., diagnostic service providers, joined the Personalized Medicine Coalition, (PMC). PMC is an educational and advocacy group dedicated to advancing the understanding and adoption of personalized medicine, defined as the application of ... Read more

IBA to Supply Proton Therapy System to ProCure Therapy …

The contract IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) singed with ProCure Proton Therapy Center  to supply it with a proton therapy system at the ProCure Proton Therapy Center in New Jersey, USA  is financed and in full force. The Proton Therapy system will include four treatment rooms - a combination of gantry (isocentric rotating frames), inclined beam and fixed-beam rooms - with the latest options for patient positioning and the IBA Universal Nozzle technology, including the latest Pencil Beam Scanning. The relationship will also include a long-term service and maintenance agreement. The first patient is expected to be treated in the center by ... Read more

Intelerad Medical Systems and Advanced Radiology …

After two years of research, Advanced Radiology Services recently picked Intelerad Medical Systems, a recognized leader in medical imaging PACS and workflow solutions, to assist ARS in its business using InteleOne. InteleOne will allow Advanced Radiology Sevices (ARS) to report multi-modality studies from multiple sites with disparate PACS and RIS systems. InteleOne’s distributed architecture optimizes the use of network bandwidth moving image data only where it is needed. It provides seamless access to studies, including priors, regardless of where radiologists are located. The work list facilitates workload balancing, subspecialty reporting, and includes integrated voice ... Read more

Radiology Groups Conjoin and Go National…

After successfully establishing a formal organization in 2009, Thirteen private-practice radiology groups across the country, representing over 750 physicians, publicly announced the formation of Strategic Radiology (SR).  Strategic Radiology (SR) is an entity that embodies the vision and clinical goals of this network of like-minded regional medical practices. The thirteen founding SR groups include; Advanced Diagnostic Imaging (Nashville, TN), Advanced Radiology Services (Grand Rapids, MI), Austin Radiological Association (Austin, TX) and Charlotte Radiology (Charlotte, NC). These clinically-advanced groups are geographically diverse and uniquely suited to a collaborative model in which data and best practices are shared, clinical practice information is interchanged and certain practice expenses are consolidated which result in cost savings and economies of ... Read more

Johns Hopkins Medicine Brings In Naviscan PEM …

Johns Hopkins Medicine acquired the which will be in pre-clinical and translational research for the development of novel radiotracers. Other academic medical centers utilizing Naviscan's PEM technology include University of Cincinnati, Baylor University, M.D. Anderson, University of Chicago, and the Boston University Medical ... Read more

A new Tele-medicine system serves healthcare members …

A Tele-medicine system was installed at a hospital in Bamyan Province, central Afghanistan. The system is allowing the hospital to be linked with the French Medical Institute for Children (FMIC) in Kabul. Moreover, it will permit Tele-radiology, Tele-conferencing and other several medical services. Aga Khan Health Services (AKHS) and Roshan Telecom presented the launch of the system in the hospital.  Mattew Rodieck, Bamyan hospital manager, said “The tele-radiology allows us to electronically send a digital scan of an X-ray to an expert in FMIC in Kabul and receive the interpretation and expertise quickly, instead of sending the patient with his/her film to Kabul,” Healthcare members from Bamyan hospital will have several advantages offered by the Tele-medicine system s well, they will be included in training and even exchange of information with professionals in Kabul for diagnostic purposes. This will be carried out using live Tele-conference and Tele-consultation meetings. Moreover, the system will help patients by saving costs and time since there will be no need to go to Kabul have their diseases diagnosed. “Instead of sending staff for a two-hour training session in Kabul we electronically link the trainees in Bamyan with the trainers in Kabul,” Rodieck added. During the first month of application of the new system, about 20 scans were transferred and reviewed between the FMIC in Kabul and the Bamyan ... Read more

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