Medic Vision Imaging Solutions Ltd. and BRIT Systems Inc. will launch at RSNA 2013 a new cloud-based service supporting low-dose CT lung cancer screening.
The service will allow radiology departments and practices to perform LDCT screening and obtain diagnostic-quality images without purchasing new iterative reconstruction technology.
The service is based on Medic Vision’s SafeCT iterative image reconstruction system and BRIT’s Roentgen Cloud. The images are forwarded securely to remote service for immediate transformation into diagnostic-quality images. Processed images are then sent back to the network via secure link and forwarded to the customer PACS. The service is available at a pay-per-scan fee for CT scanners of all major vendors, according to the companies.
Medic Vision’s SafeCT uses proprietary, patented 3D iterative image reconstruction algorithms to enhance CT images acquired with low-dose protocols. BRIT’s Roentgen Cloud provides user-managed, virtual DICOM servers to individuals and organizations, enabling users to securely upload, store, share and view studies via any HTML-5 compliant browser.