Hyland has added PACSgear Video Touch 4K, which allows clinicians to capture videos and images from visible light modalities, associate them with the correct patient record, and archive them to the Acuo vendor-neutral archive (VNA), XDS repository, or Hyland OnBase. The updated system uses capture 4K video and a larger touchscreen for easier in-place viewing. The system can also be mounted to a swing arm. Plus PACSgear Video can be positioned on a cart or shelf with the included kickstand.
Recent enhancements to Hyland's Acuo VNA include updated storage management functionality that improves throughput to and configurability of storage devices. Organizations also have the option to use the cloud. The newly redesigned enterprise class monitoring tools allow administrators to monitor their entire Acuo VNA deployment from a browser-based device.
The firm's workflow optimizer, ImageNext, consolidates studies from across the enterprise into one universal worklist and routes them to radiologists. ImageNext supports almost any PACS or VNA and can increase radiologists' productivity from 10% to 20%, the firm said.
Enhancements to the NilRead viewer include image stitching, breast implant masking, improvements to worklist and folders to expand its support to clinical teams, additional imaging study support with Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR), and more measurement tools.
Hyland also released NilRead Access licensing to provide secure image access to patient portals and apps.
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