Sectra Imtec

December 24, 2003

The global PACS provider has more than 400 PACS installations. Sectra holds a dominant market share in Sweden and Norway. Its technology appears in the U.S. integrated into Philips' Vequion. Sectra PACS, release 10, is a high-performance

The global PACS provider has more than 400 PACS installations. Sectra holds a dominant market share in Sweden and Norway. Its technology appears in the U.S. integrated into Philips' Vequion.

  • Sectra PACS, release 10, is a high-performance Web-deployable PACS. Features include zero client administration for automatic workstation upgrades without user intervention and a "roaming desktop" that provides users a personalized desktop environment and consistent set of tools regardless of where they log on. Also included is a new Web client for image and result distribution and integration with electronic patient record systems, enhanced functionality for multidetector CT and MR visualization, and an extensive e-learning tool for cost-effective introduction to new PACS users.
  • PACS Enterprise Edition debuted as a Windows-based PACS for large hospitals and hospital chains. The system was installed and has been operating at pilot sites since April.
  • A partnership with Sydney-based medical equipment distributor Insight Oceania is designed to open Australia to Sectra products.