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Brit to feature upgrades at RSNA
By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 22, 2012

RIS/PACS firm Brit Systems will feature a number of new product upgrades in its booth at next week's 2012 RSNA meeting in Chicago.

Version 1.5 of Brit's Roentgen Works software adds HTML5 support for mobile devices, patient portals, and enhanced image manipulation capabilities, Brit said. Users can also access new and comparison studies regardless of where the study originated.

Brit will also present new patient study "morphing" capabilities on its DICOM routers, which can create a single-database view of patient studies across configured sites without requiring a master patient index (MPI), the company said. The routers can prefetch studies from multiple servers and facilities using select criteria that do not require the patient ID; the patient ID in a prefetched study is then morphed by the router into the original or trigger ID.

The prefetched IDs are stored into alternate ID fields in both the database and the DICOM header. By following this process, the morphing router creates a single, cross-facility patient record and allows clinicians to view all studies on a single timeline, according to the vendor. Unnecessary duplicate imaging can also be avoided, Brit said.

Brit awarded military contract, November 15, 2012

Brit adds to cloud image sharing services, August 29, 2012

Brit teams with Medic Vision for CT software, May 1, 2012

Brit wins government PACS contract, April 17, 2012

Brit showcases Roentgen Works DICOM cloud, February 22, 2012

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Last Updated np 11/21/2012 5:58:16 PM

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