Veterinarian Practices: Time is money. Every day, more and more veterinary practices are switching their X-Ray imaging from film to digital. Direct Digital (DR), Computed Radiography (CR) and Picture Archive Communication Systems (PACS) deliver innovative solutions to acquire, store, manage and display images and data within a veterinary practice. DICOM Distribution offers cost effective, easy to use imaging solutions for any size veterinary practice. This includes leading edge digital radiography, offering excellent image quality with soft-tissue detail, as well as scalable archive solutions. All of this kept within a budget that your practice can manage and afford.
DICOM Distribution is an Independent INTEGRATOR, which means that we can and will recommend different products from many different manufacturers. By representing multiple brands of products, we are better able to tailor a solution for any given project or budget. While one manufacturer mayspecialize in a specific digital x-ray system, they may not always offer the best CR solution. This is also true for PACS, (Picture Archive Communication System), RIS and other solutions. Likewise, many CR and DR manufacturers do not always offer the best PACS solution specific to the needs of your practice. DICOM Distribution can integrate these components from various manufacturers and provide our customer with a solution that is tailor made for their specific practice needs.
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Here are our Digital Solutions...
Veterinary Tools currently integrated in to DICOM Distribution-Diagnostic Viewer, assist in atlas orthogonal analysis by simplifying finding and calculations of angles of correction. DICOM Distribution's integrated Veterinary tools can significantly reduce necessary time to do atlas orthogonal analysis. Software contains a digital version of templates used for analysis. By using provided digital templates and additional tools, chiropractor can not only "draw" lines necessary for calculation, but also have all calculations done automatically without ever looking at the tables.
DICOM Distribution PACS Server is a multi-modality server that provides connectivity to all DICOM modalities (CR, DR, US, MR, CT, etc.) within the enterprise receiving DICOM exams, lossless compressing and storing the images. The server includes DICOM database, retrieve, send and store functions. Retrieving of multi-modality DICOM images can be done using DICOM Viewer or any DICOM enabled third party workstlist.
DICOM PACS Server supports:
- Interface to any DICOM modality and acquisition of any DICOM images (DR, US, NM, MR and CR.
- DICOM Store...storing of DICOM files sent by any DICOM client application (through the local network or Internet) on the local hard drive(s).
- DICOM database that can be accessed by different vendors' work stations anywhere at the hospital and manipulated with any Medical Imaging software.
- DICOM Send and DICOM Retrieve functions.
- Store and retrieve of DICOM images using the database module;
- Full integration with DICOM Viewer.
- Full integration with The Web Server.
An additional component to the Server, Web Server allows remote physicians to view exams over the Internet. This access is ideally suited to referring physicians.
This component to Server connects doctors "on the go" to the central PACS system, allowing diagnostic reads from remote locations. Exams are transferred over virtually any connection method, including T1, DSL, ISDN, and even telephone line.
Today selecting a...cost-effective and scalable...digital image solution is one of MANY opportunities facing growing Veterinary market. Compounding this decision are the new technologies...such as CT, MR, US, DR & CR and practice management solutions....that generate large data sets that require federally mandated secure near & long term storage.
The archiving needs of Veterinary centers is growing requiring several terabytes (TB) of storage per year.
Digital medical image archiving is an issue that if not adequately addressed can negatively impact the effectiveness and workflow of an Veterinary center.
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