Technology | October 05, 2011

Infinitt Highlights PACS, Advanced Visualization Software at RSNA 2011

During RSNA 2011, Infinitt will showcase its latest advances in image and information management across the enterprise.

Infinitt offers single-database radiology information systems/picture archiving and communication systems (RIS/PACS); Cardiology PACS; mammo PACS; and 3-D/advanced visualization capabilities.  All of these options operate on a single database with single sign-on. This architecture simplifies workflow, increases system reliability and reduces cost and support requirements. INFINITT has a robust R&D department and is continually adding new products and features to enhance our product line.

The company supports virtualized PACS environments and is ONC-certified for meaningful use.

Other software highlights include:

• Multi-site/Multi-PACS Integration Platform

• Zero footprint viewing allows access from any browser or operating system

• Virtual Colonoscopy with ColonCAD

• Radiation Oncology with RT-PACS/RTIS (pending FDA approval)

• Mobile PACS Viewing

For more information: www.infinittna.com

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