PRODUCTIVITY

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A single, unified imaging platform, intuitive use, embedded clinical tools and powerful workflow engine all maximize productivity while offering a low cost of ownership

MEANINGFUL REPORTS

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Templated reports, voice commands and standard reports make reporting fast and easy. Enables ‘co-reporting’ between radiology and nuclear medicine

CONNECT AND COLLABORATE

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Offers clinicians a unique solution that fully integrates the Nuclear Medicine department’s workfl ow and optimizes the communication between Nuclear Medicine and other departments.

MULTIMODALITY EXAMINATIONS

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Provides you with a single application for all your Nuclear Medicine imaging needs and reduces costs otherwise required for expensive, modality-linked platforms

EMBEDDED CLINICAL APPLICATIONS

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At the click of a button, specialized functionality becomes available to process, read and report all Nuclear Medicine, SPECT, PET, and multi-modality images

ACADEMIC WORKFLOWS

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Flag images and studies, anonymize them, and tag them with the relevant clinical details. Chat, and sharing functions keep resident and attending physician connected, in real-time and visually.

WHY USE SEPARATE WORKSTATIONS ?

Meet all your nuclear imaging needs within one workflow

Integrated workflow is part of nuclear medicine

IN A SHORT TIME AS MANY AS ONE THIRD OF ALL HOSPITALS WILL HAVE IMPLEMENTED INTEGRATED OR COMBINED NUCMED SYSTEMS, ESPECIALLY PET/CT.

No longer confined to oncology, they will have applications in specialties as diverse as neurology, cardiology, geriatrics, psychiatry and inflammatory diseases.

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Tumor boards and beyond

Today, tumor biological information is swiftly becoming a “must” for oncology treatment. This multimodality information is discussed and analyzed at multi-discipline tumor boards, playing an increasingly important role in the patient’s care and treatment.

The demand for “personalized medicine” will also place increased pressure on functional imaging exams, used for example in measuring the success of drug therapy in the patient’s treatment. In this context, certain functional exams will need to be performed multiple times, while to quantify the success of the therapy, software programs will need follow-up functionality

Meeting today’s mobility needs

LET YOUR STAFF WORK HOW THEY WANT, WHERE THEY WANT

Enterprise Imaging lets you meet that demand, with tools to add and view images, sign off on reports, and more, all from a mobile device. We’ve optimized it to better handle latency and to allow remote usability, even over challenging network conditions.

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“We can provide a better ‘service’ to our colleagues”

“With Enterprise Imaging for Nuclear Medicine, we can also provide a better ‘service’ to our colleagues. The oncology boards, for example, clinicians have let us know how useful they find the scrollable image series that are available. Plus, they actually see the SPECT/CT and PET/CT images in the same way we do: the image presentation is the same.”

DR. ING HAN LIEM
Nuclear medicine physician at Máxima Medical Center,
The Netherlands

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