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Mortsel, Belgium, 2015/10/07 - Integrated solution allows departments to excel in efficiency, clinical throughput and cross-department communication - AgfaHealthCare.com. AGFAt.BR
• Solution offers fully automated workflow for the nuclear medicine department, advanced image processing and speech recognition;
• Enables increased personalization of patient care through enhanced collaboration.
Agfa HealthCare announces today that it will showcase how its Enterprise Imaging for Nuclear Medicine helps nuclear medicine departments excel in efficiency, increase clinical throughput and enhance cross-departmental communication, at the 2015 Congress of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM), held in Hamburg, Germany, October 10-14.
Built on proven technology, Enterprise Imaging for Nuclear Medicine is designed to meet the specific requirements of nuclear medicine, fully integrating the nuclear medicine or molecular imaging department’s workflow and optimizing interdepartmental collaboration.
With Enterprise Imaging for Nuclear Medicine, Agfa HealthCare (agfahealthcare.com) delivers integrated care to the nuclear medicine department. The fully automated workflow from order to result provides optimized efficiency, while the advanced image processing and speech recognition allow increased clinical throughput. Improved interdepartmental communication, such as for tumor boards, increases personalized patient care.
“Multiple modalities and increased complexity are the daily reality for the nuclear medicine department; Enterprise Imaging for Nuclear Medicine has been specifically designed to help the department to excel in efficiency, clinical throughput and communication,” comments Hans Vandewyngaerde, President EMEA at Agfa HealthCare. “It answers the ‘need for speed’: with all patient studies in a single window, it offers convenience, speed, a common layout and user-friendliness. Enterprise Imaging for Nuclear Medicine delivers all the benefits of integrated care to the nuclear medicine department, while supporting the hospital and caregivers in meeting the future integrated care demands of the patient-centric healthcare model.”
Find out more about Enterprise Imaging for Nuclear Medicine by visiting us at the 28th Annual EANM Congress: booth#, October 10-14, Hamburg, Germany.