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Siemens Focuses on Role-Based, Context-Sensitive, and Knowledge-Driven Solutions at HIMSS 2009
Date:4/1/2009

are the access point to radiological information and context-sensitive tools, allowing information to be available anywhere and anytime - all in one place.

For example, with enhancements made to syngo Portal Radiologist, this solution gives radiologists focused access to important patient information, such as new and previous imaging studies, previous reports, lab values, and allergies, as well as scanned documents all in one application window. The radiologist sees this information without having to access various separate systems at multiple locations. Task-specific tools and information are available with just one click. All this saves time and effort, improves productivity and quality, and helps reduce the risk of errors. The goal is to help the clinical staff to work more efficiently by providing a system that seamlessly provides information from HIS, EMR, LAB, RIS, PACS, and computer-aided detection (CAD).

New Software Versions

The new version V35(1) of syngo(R) Imaging (Picture Archiving and Communication System - PACS) will feature major "-ility-" improvements, such as scalability and configurability. It comes with enhanced support functionality for the transition from Magic (the legacy Siemens PACS solution) to the new syngo Imaging PACS, Prior Handling/Multi-Patient Handling, as well as support of syngo(R) MammoReport and syngo(R) Expert-I.

This new version also offers a combination of separate innovative computer-aided detection (CAD) and advanced imaging solutions at the PACS viewing workstation. These intelligent post-processing applications help improve confidence and are geared toward workflow enhancement. State-of-the-art algorithms are the drivers of these applications and the heart and soul of our intelligent post-processing solutions.

Siemens is also showcasing the most recent version of syngo(R) Workflow SLR (Ra
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