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Digital X-Ray for Urgent Care

July 10th, 2018|

It’s estimated that some form of x-ray is present in as much as 97% of urgent care facilities around the country. In the healthcare arena, digital x-ray is quickly becoming the standard—and urgent care is no exception. Urgent care facilities are intended for the immediate evaluation and treatment of acute [...]

Planning to Retire? Here’s Why You Should Upgrade to Digital

July 6th, 2018|

Many people who plan to retire in a few years become more conservative with expenditures. However, business owners closed to retirement have likely started thinking about an exit strategy. For many medical practitioners, a good exit strategy includes the marketing and sales of a business. Who are your potential buyers? [...]

Summer 2018 is Here

July 5th, 2018|

JPI Update: Summer 2018 is Here The summer is here in full swing! Some of JPI's team members will soon be heading to Orlando for the Florida International Medical Expo (FIME), which is the largest medical trade fair across the Americas. An anticipated 22,000 medical and healthcare trade professionals will attend the [...]

What’s the best digital x-ray upgrade for me?

July 3rd, 2018|

JPI often receives the question, “What’s the best solution for a digital x-ray upgrade?” This is a great question and one of the largest reasons we make sure to assess the needs of our customers, as well as their intended applications of the digital x-ray system, prior to recommending a [...]

Not Just Cesium Iodide (CsI) but Direct Deposit CsI

June 29th, 2018|

If you’re not familiar with modern state-of-the-art x-ray technology, you may not be familiar with Cesium Iodide (CsI), which found in flat panel detectors. This is the highest level of technology used to reduce the radiation dose required for each x-ray shot while also achieving clean, higher-resolution images. CsI is [...]

Do I Need PACS?

June 28th, 2018|

A PACS, or picture archiving and communication system, is a medical imaging technology used for storing, retrieving, presenting, and sharing images produced by x-ray. The purpose of a PACS is to store images in one central location and have the ability to access those images on other computers. Medical practices [...]

What is CR?

June 26th, 2018|

CR stands for Computed Radiography, which, in simplified terms, is a system that’s capable of capturing x-ray images on a phosphor screen that can be converted into a digital image for display on a computer monitor. In the traditional film-based x-ray setting, an image is captured on an x-ray film, [...]

Why Do Chiropractors Use X-Ray?

June 22nd, 2018|

The ability to take a deeper look into a patient’s body continues to hold tremendous valued in well-informed diagnoses. In fact, some in the medical field believe that x-ray is the most effective method for medical professionals to look inside the human body. Most medical professionals agree that the benefits [...]

Image Stitching – One of JPI’s Added Values

June 20th, 2018|

Over the past two decades, radiography has been transitioning to the implementation of digital technologies. While this technology was primarily used by large hospitals, it is widely being used in medical practices of different types and sizes today. As an established imaging solutions provider, JPI Healthcare Solutions has both welcomed [...]

Several Reasons to Upgrade to Digital Radiography (DR)

June 20th, 2018|

The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016 has incentivized healthcare providers to transition away from analog x-ray systems to direct digital solutions. Pursuant to Section 502 of the Act, the Medicare system started reducing payments for medical exams performed on analog (film) systems in January 2017. Medicare payments were reduced by [...]

Moving Towards Digital Radiography (DR)

June 15th, 2018|

Even though the transformation of digital radiography (DR) has taken place over the past two decades, transitioning from your existing x-ray system to digital is thankfully a much faster process. DR, the latest advancement in radiography, consists of using a digital x-ray detector to acquire medical images and transfer those [...]

What is PACS?

June 14th, 2018|

A PACS, or picture archiving and communication system, is essentially a medical imaging technology used for storing, retrieving, presenting, and sharing images produced by medical hardware, such as x-ray. Radiology professionals used a PACS to store all diagnostic imaging files. From there, any member of that medical team can quickly [...]

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