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 search through this information and retrieve images as desired.
Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) is a protocol that enables the sharing of images and other medical information. DICOM enables PACS technologies. The main purpose of a PACS is to make to not only make the viewing of images easier, but also for better management of important medical data.
PACS technologies have been used in the healthcare industry for decades. To meet this need with today’s technology, JPI Healthcare Solutions developed ExamVue PACS, which is a user-friendly viewing system. In addition to being interoperate with other devices using the DICOM protocol, ExamVue PACS has become well-recognized for its intuitive interface, simple and fast workflow, and convenient diagnostic functions.
With up to 10 viewers, JPI’s ExamVue PACS can be used in both the small clinic and larger practices. This powerful software 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 private office. Features include easy image importation, image stitching, comparisons, and specialized ortho, chiro, and veterinary versions, each with their respective specialized tools.
JPI’s ExamVue PACS also offers:
• Flexible Resolution
• Changeable Skin Color (Blue, Pink, Black)
• Support DICOM Q/R, DICOMDIR
• Supports Multiple Viewers
• Supports Dual Monitor Function (Worklist, Viewer)
• DICOM 3.0 Compatibility
Please feel free to contact JPI for more information on our product and software offerings.
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