Healthcare organizations rely on complete views of their patients' information to enable more informed decisions. Connecting all documents and images to the EMR/PACS eliminates information silos and enhances patient outcomes, boosts clinical productivity and accelerates business growth. Access to this information when and where it’s needed is vital.
Our PACSgear connectivity solutions enable you to quickly and easily share information from any department to any EMR/PACS. Healthcare personnel in specialties such as radiology, cardiology, gastroenterology, dermatology, orthopedics and pathology can connect, view and share images and results to enable health information exchange.
With PACSgear, your team can:
MDR Video - Touch lets you capture videos and images from visible light modalities and easily associate them with the correct patient record. It's an ideal solution for c-arms, speech pathology, x-ray fluorography, angiography, ultrasound, endoscopy and vascular imaging systems. MDR Video - Touch uses industry standards such as DICOM, XDS and HL7 to connect images to a PACS, VNA, XDS repository or EMR.
Video and Image Enablement Workflow (VIEW) for Epic brings together industry-leading, standards-based technology for image capture, management and viewing into a cost-effective and easy-to-implement solution. It is a pre-configured bundle, based on the Specialty Clinical Image Management (SCIM) solution, created to allow Epic clients to start small and then grow to support the enterprise imaging of the entire organization over time.
With Video and Image Enablement Workflow, specialty departments across the health system can capture any image format, including video, into a centrally managed clinical archive and deliver it to clinicians through the enterprise viewer within Epic.
EHR Gateway provides a simple and cost-effective solution that enables departments across the health system to integrate DICOM content with the EMR. This easy-to-implement solution captures images from multiple DICOM devices, converts them to a native format and makes them available for ingestion by the EMR.
With PACS Scan Mobile, your organization can streamline the capture of vital patient images and video. This product leverages the mobile devices you have on hand to route content into your core systems from anywhere, any time. PACS Scan Mobile reduces delays, improves accessibility and speeds the sharing of patient content for more informed decisions and enhanced quality of care.
ModLink is a software solution that uses DICOM Structured Report (SR), XML or HL7 measurement data from modalities such as ultrasound, DEXA and CT. Radiological reports are auto-populated with the SR measurement data, saving valuable radiologist dictation time and reducing potential human error.
PACS Scan lets you view screening forms, dose information, clinical images, patient studies and other important documents at the point of care. Electronically import JPEG/AVI/MPEG files and DICOM CDs/DVDs from any department to any EMR, PACS or VNA. Eliminate paper, improve workflow and provide easy access to important clinical documentation.
PACS Scan Web accomplishes document and multimedia capture via a web page with no required software installation. With the zero-footprint PACS Scan Web, you can import PDFs and a variety of images (e.g. TIFFs, JPEGs, etc.) from anywhere with a server connection. Capture is no longer limited to a dedicated workstation.
With the latest release of PACS Scan Web (v 2.0), you can also capture documents directly from a TWAIN scanner and import DICOM objects from CD or flash drive. These images can be captured from any department and sent to any VNA, PACS or EMR. PACS Scan Web helps you improve workflow and provide access to important clinical images and videos, such as dermatology photos, ophthalmology scans, patient submitted photos or clinical notes.
Industry-leading document and multimedia connectivity software:
Media Writer is a low-maintenance, cost-effective and intuitive solution for outlying departments, hospitals, and imaging facilities. It delivers scalable, affordable, and reliable DICOM CD or DVD burning wherever images are created. From the desktop to the film room, Media Writer meets all of your image distribution needs. Now, image-intensive departments such as radiology, cardiology, gastroenterology, dermatology, orthopedics and pathology have a distribution system that is easy to configure, deploy, and maintain.
Media Writer D200
DICOM CD/DVD burner/printer with Epson®Discproducer™ PP-100
Media Writer D100
DICOM CD/DVD burner/printer with Epson®Discproducer™ PP-50
Gear View QC is a simple and powerful quality control tool that solves day-to-day issues and makes workflow easier for PACS and EMR administrators and technologists. With intuitive functionality for viewing, importing, editing, printing and sharing, Gear View QC lets you fix common demographic errors in any DICOM field, as well as visually edit studies to split/combine exams or add/remove images.
Our unique Dynamic Contrast Algorithm (DCA) enhances film-based mammography priors for easier comparison with digital images. PACS Scan Film for Mammography supports the VIDAR CAD PRO Advantage film digitizer. Built especially for digitizing mammography priors, the VIDAR CAD PRO has a robust, 50-sheet feeder tray and can digitize a four-film study in less than 120 seconds.
PACS Scan Film lets you capture and send still images and video clips to PACS/EMR from non-DICOM scopes, cameras, and other video devices. No prior knowledge of PACS is required. The simple user interface allows anyone to scan documents and digitize film, and support for the DICOM Digital Mammography standard is included. Prior films and mammograms can be viewed in PACS, along with CR and DR images at the point of diagnosis.
Image Link (formerly PACS Connect) is a proven workflow solution for hospitals and imaging centers. Built on open standards such as DICOM and HL7, Image Link enables IHE workflow for interoperability with your existing PACS. Simple and powerful software delivers data accurately and efficiently throughout your enterprise. Most importantly, PACS administrators can monitor and configure the application from any location on the network.
Tearing down medical image silos for better clinical visibility and outcomes.