ScImage improves nuclear cardiology workflow through post-processing integration

ScImage improves nuclear cardiology workflow through post-processing integration

Press releases may be edited for formatting or style | September 12, 2019 Cardiology Molecular Imaging
Los Altos, CA – September 12, 2019 – ScImage, Inc. is pleased to announce the automated integration of Nuclear post-processing results from INVIA Corridor 4DM and Cedars-Sinai Cardiac Suite into ScImage's PICOM365 Structured Reporting at the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology's 24th Annual Scientific Session.

"Workflow challenges in Cardiology tend to be more difficult to overcome than other imaging specialties due to significant differences among procedures and tools. Physicians diagnose and manage cardiac health throughout a patient's life, so providing them a consistent method to monitor the patient imaging record is a priority," said ScImage's founder and CEO, Sai Raya, Ph.D.

Nuclear post-processing software provides key tools for diagnosis, but workflow often dictates the physician or tech use a separate workstation attached to the nuclear camera, disrupting the flow. To address these inefficiencies, ScImage virtualizes leading post-processing software solutions, and automated transfer of output is integrated into the routine SR nuclear imaging report. Reviewing, reprocessing and reporting are accessible from anywhere. Additional tools can be leveraged to integrate Stress data into the report as well.

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"ScImage believes in automation. Our flexible software solution designed to leverage the benefits of the Cloud allows us to seamlessly automate input post-processed results into the report, reducing human error and duplication of efforts. Continuing along our 26-year path to synergize technology and clinical efficacy, ScImage continues to seek efficiencies to move healthcare forward," concluded Dr. Raya.

To learn more, visit ScImage in booth 105 at this year's American Society of Nuclear Cardiology's 24th Annual Scientific Session held in Chicago, IL.


About ScImage
Founded in 1993, ScImage remains a customer-first, private company with a mission to provide innovative enterprise imaging solutions to the healthcare industry. ScImage's unique single-database PICOM365 enterprise platform delivers end-to-end imaging workflow for Cardiology, Radiology, Women's Health, Orthopedics, Ophthalmology and more. Scalable from a single physician practice to multi-hospital enterprises, PICOM365 is delivered on premises, in the cloud, or as hybrid - based on user choice. The perfect synchrony created between on-site and cloud resources allows PICOM365 to provide secure VPN-less image exchange solutions among legacy silo systems, cloud users, and various EHR systems. Learn more at www.scimage.com.

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