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Picker launches JPACS/Results

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Picker launches JPACS/ResultsPicker International has released JPACS/Results, a Java-based software package that provides enterprise-wide distribution of images and reports (PNN 1/99). JPACS/Results software combines clinical reports with

Picker launches JPACS/Results

Picker International has released JPACS/Results, a Java-based software package that provides enterprise-wide distribution of images and reports (

PNN

1/99). JPACS/Results software combines clinical reports with appropriate images that users can mark or annotate before forwarding them to a server and distributing them throughout the facility. The program can be used with or without a HIS/RIS network, since clinicians can generate reports from one of the JPACS/Results units, according to Cleveland-based Picker. Users can access patient data by e-mail, remote access over a hospital intranet, a wide area network, or the Internet. Picker has received 510(k) clearance from the Food and Drug Administration for the application, which was developed by software engineers in Picker’s Image Management group.

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