ADAC signs deal with Perot Systems

December 15, 1999

ADAC HealthCare Information Systems (HCIS) moved to strengthen its burgeoning PACS efforts this month by signing an agreement with global information technology services firm Perot Systems. The multiyear deal stipulates that Dallas-based Perot will

ADAC HealthCare Information Systems (HCIS) moved to strengthen its burgeoning PACS efforts this month by signing an agreement with global information technology services firm Perot Systems. The multiyear deal stipulates that Dallas-based Perot will provide ADAC HCIS of Houston with professional and implementation services for ADAC’s QuadRIS radiology information system and Envoi PACS products. Perot will furnish ADAC clients with system integration, network design, clinical process reengineering, and Web technology support.

Introduced at 1998’s RSNA meeting, Envoi is based on QuadRIS, and allows physicians to distribute images and data using Web-based technology (SCAN 1/20/99). Envoi also includes Physician’s Desktop, Intranet Image Server, DICOM Acquisition, VR SoftView diagnostic and clinical review workstations, VR SoftStore and HardStore archive, and Workflow Manager. The product’s architecture combines Oracle’s relational database technology and Windows client/server software.