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Mortsel, Belgium, 2012/10/24 - Solution offers enhanced integration and refined clinical content, for greater usability, workflow and productivity - Agfa.com. AGFAt.BR
- Innovative solution delivers the benefits of integrated care to the nuclear medicine department.
- Supports the patient’s entire exam flow.
- Optimizes inter-departmental communication.
Agfa HealthCare announces that it will launch the latest version of its IMPAX for Nuclear Medicine solution at the 2012 Congress of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM) in Milan, Italy. Delivering the benefits of integrated care to the nuclear medicine department, this solution supports the patient's entire exam flow. The new version offers enhanced integration and refined in-depth clinical content, for improved usability, workflow and productivity.
All the images and data the clinician needs, on one workstation
IMPAX for Nuclear Medicine fully integrates the department's workflow, bringing together images and data from a wide range of modalities and departments into one IT platform. Users can process, read and report all nuclear medicine, SPECT, PET, and multi-modality images with just the click of a button, from a single workstation.
Built on advanced, proven IMPAX PACS
IMPAX for Nuclear Medicine is built on one of the most advanced Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS). "IMPAX for Nuclear Medicine continues to offer the nuclear medicine department all the benefits of integrated care, and in this advanced version of the solution we have further improved integration and clinical content," comments Erik Gielen, EMEA Business Manager, Agfa HealthCare. "From start to finish, it supports the patient's complete exam flow, while also improving inter-departmental communication."
"Oasis for IMPAX, one of the components of the IMPAX for Nuclear Medicine solution and developed in cooperation of Segami Corp., adds a fully featured nuclear medicine image processing and viewing platform to the IMPAX workstation," said Dr. Léonne Prompers, nuclear medicine physician, University Hospital of Maastricht, the Netherlands. "We no longer have to switch between workstations, or manually synchronize patient study lists. We can now read and report all studies from the IMPAX workstation resulting in improved workflow and increased user convenience."
Visit us at EANM from 27-31 October, Milan, Italy, Booth #603a and find out more about IMPAX for Nuclear Medicine.