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PACS upgrade to appear in Carestream RSNA booth

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Carestream Health will show work-in-progress upgrade to its PACS at the upcoming RSNA meeting that will allow cross-site reading through a unified global worklist.

Carestream Health will show work-in-progress upgrade to its PACS at the upcoming RSNA meeting that will allow cross-site reading through a unified global worklist. The new capability will allow radiologists to add key images, measurement results, and other content directly into reports with the click of a button or through voice commands. A single display interface will associate imported DICOM and non-DICOM data into an existing patient portfolio, complementing the current ability of the PACS to view DICOM and non-DICOM data.  The upgrade will bolster the current platform, which offers the company’s PowerViewer, released earlier this year.  PowerViewer enhances the image quality and speed of interpretations done on volumetric imaging studies, while synchronizing patient metadata across multiple PACS to provide automatic access to prior exams without pre-fetching.

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