Digisonics Nets New Cardiovascular Information System Installs  
10/1/2013 12:38:45 PM

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Houston, TX -- Two new facilities have selected the Digisonics Cardiovascular Information System. The National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Md. and Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center, in Eagle Pass, Texas will implement the Digisonics CVIS for cardiovascular image review and structured reporting.

The NIH selected Digisonics based on its comprehensive databasing and structured reporting capabilities across all modalities, with specific interest in MR image analysis with software partner Medis and QMass.

Fort Duncan Regional Medical Center will have fully-functional web access to the entire cardiology PACS and structured reporting system, facilitating fast and efficient report turnaround. A DataLink interface with their Philips iE33 ultrasound machine will autopopulate the patient demographics and measurements directly into the Digisonics cardiovascular report, saving data input time and preventing possible entry errors. Integration with the hospital RIS and EMR via HL7 interfaces will significantly streamline their overall clinical workflow.

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