Diagnostic Imaging Software
From image acquisition to sending to a referring doctor or specialist for diagnosis, ExamVue’s digital X-ray software integrates with the existing systems in most practices. We’ve developed our own Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS), which is highly compatible with DICOM 3.0 and meets all security requirements with regard to industry standards. We offer ExamVue software for the acquisition and storage of digital X-ray images produced with digital radiography. This digital X-ray software creates efficiency by helping to streamline processes in clinical environments.
Digital X-ray images are based on the same physics concepts as conventional X-ray images but the quality of the display and production of digital images is much better. Also, the amount of radiation in digital imaging systems is significantly less than conventional radiography.
In conventional imaging systems, the X-ray is analyzed and viewed using a lightbox. Digital images are viewed on a PC with the help of digital X-ray software. Our digital X-ray software is user-friendly and allows for easy viewing of all X-rays. Get in touch with our team for more information.
A single, unified software for all of our Flat Panel digital systems, ExamVueDR is designed from the ground up to maximize your office workflow. Usable as a stand alone station for the small office or for sending images to a larger PACS, the ExamVueDR includes everything needed for x-ray acquisition and viewing, including DICOM Worklist and Image Stitching.
Developed by JPI with user-friendly design, simple and fast workflow, and convenient diagnosis function, JPI’s ExamVue mini-PACS is the viewing solution for the small clinic. With up to 10 viewers, it can be quickly and easily installed throughout your office; both to show your patient’s their x-rays or perform your own diagnoses in your office. Features include easy image importation, image stitching, comparisons, and specialized ortho/chiro and veterinary versions with specialized tools like Cobb Angle, VHS, Ilium analysis, and many more.