Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) takes place during patient’s treatment and is critical for the quick confirmation of the diagnosis. POCUS exams are performed and reported by the treating physician with the purpose to receive immediate insights and to promptly determine the best possible treatment for the patient. They are usually unscheduled, with no electronic order information created upfront.
Point-of-Care Ultrasound is usually deployed in fast paced areas, such as Emergency Departments, Intensive Care Unit units, Anesthesia, etc.
Enterprise Imaging Point-of-Care Ultrasound enables on-the-fly capture and reporting as well as encounter-based, multi-procedural acquisition and reading workflows.