RIS-PACS

Web-Based PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System)

3Di PACS is an innovative PACS solution based on an extremely advanced and scalable Web-based platform. The system features the latest medical image archiving, visualization and communication technologies available. 3Di PACS  allows Web access to medical images throughout the enterprise for faster diagnosis, reporting, storage and distribution of clinical data. It offers significant cost reductions, enhanced productivity and a single point of access to radiologists, referring physicians, clinicians, surgeons and others.

Configurable Image Management

3Di PACS receives imaging data from multiple DICOM imaging modalities, applies sophisticated assignment rules and auto-routing to other DICOM systems and then archives the images in a central database system. 3Di PACS provides configurable study access according to groups’ or users’ predefined viewing, access and manipulation permissions.
3Di PACS allows Web access to medical images throughout the enterprise for faster diagnosis, reporting, storage and distribution of clinical data.

Web Portal

3Di PACS Web Patient Browser enables authorized users to search, manage and review imaging data with a Web browser-based 2D/3D viewer, without any client software. It supports DICOM modality worklists as well as other PACS workflow and advanced study reconciliation tools. 3Di PACS  Web Patient Browser can be easily integrated into the organization’s portal.

The zero-footprint 3Di PACS Web Viewer is a browser-based viewer providing 2D/3D viewing and a wide range of image manipulation capabilities. Ideal for anywhere, anytime access to medical images generated by any imaging modality, images are viewed directly from the server via any Web-enabled device without additional software.

Interactive 3D from Anywhere

The 3Di Web Patient Browser enables authorized users to search, manage and review imaging data with a Web browser-based 2D/3D viewer, without any client software.

The 3Di PACS client takes advantage of the available network bandwidth and local computing power to optimize performance and speed, allowing advanced visualization (3D/4D) capabilities to almost any Internet-connected Windows PC. The system features a high degree of interactivity even over low-bandwidth networks while reducing unnecessary network traffic loads and improving overall system throughput.

PACS Server

3Di PACS Server is based on the Microsoft Windows platform, and runs on standard hardware. Administration is performed using a simple and intuitive Web interface, accessible from any Web-enabled device. The server receives DICOM images from imaging modalities, archives them to a central repository and processes them, if required, according to configurable rules.

Streaming PACS viewer

3Di PACS Previewer is an advanced multi-modality diagnostic viewer for displaying 2D, 3D and 4D (sequence) images. Using proprietary high-speed streaming technology, 3Di PACS Previewer loads studies directly from the server and allows fast and easy image reading with minimal user interaction.

The 3Di suite of visualization applications includes a multi-modality 4D viewer and specialized state-of-the-art clinical applications, including 3D reformations (MPR, MIP, volume rendering and related techniques), vessel analysis, cardiac analysis, calcium score, virtual colonoscopy, brain perfusion analysis and PET-CT fusion.Advance Visualization and Clinical Applications

The 3Di PACS  suite of visualization applications includes a multi-modality 4D viewer and specialized state-of-the-art clinical applications, including 3D reformations (MPR, MIP, volume rendering and related techniques), vessel analysis, cardiac analysis, calcium score, virtual colonoscopy, brain perfusion analysis and PET-CT fusion.

Reports and Documents Management

The template-based Reports module incorporates images, graphs, tables and findings produced by the clinical applications. These reports (as well as other imported documents, including scanned documents) may be stored in the central database system and subsequently managed along with the study imaging data.


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