ADAC joins with Imageon for DICOM tools

May 10, 2000

ADAC’s healthcare information systems division will partner with Imageon Solutions for technology that supports the company’s DICOM-compliant products. ADAC’s Envoi set, an image and information management system used with medical imaging

ADAC’s healthcare information systems division will partner with Imageon Solutions for technology that supports the company’s DICOM-compliant products.

ADAC’s Envoi set, an image and information management system used with medical imaging equipment, will use Imageon’s e-CIMS Web server development kit and DICOM development kit for Java, the platform Envoi runs on.

QuadRIS, a new system run under the Envoi umbrella that ADAC introduced at this year’s Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society meeting in Dallas, will employ Imageon’s tools.

“(ADAC) has provided the look and the feel (of the Envoi system) and we have provided all the underlying Web technology that supports that,” said Gary Locke, an Imageon technology official. Imageon’s computer programs have improved ADAC’s healthcare information systems, ADAC officials said.

The U.S. Department of Defense uses the Envoi kit at several of its hospitals and clinics. ADAC manufactures nuclear medicine and radiation therapy planning systems.