By staff writers
November 22, 2016

Richardson Healthcare will showcase a number of new upgrades and products at next week's RSNA 2016 meeting in Chicago.

The company will point to new productivity enhancements on its Image Systems diagnostic displays. PinPoint is an application that facilitates nondistracted focus on user-selected regions of interest, while another new feature, CursorGenie, is designed to reduce the time spent by radiologists on cursor movements in multimonitor environments, Richardson said.

The firm will also direct attention to a new portable version of its CFS calibration software that can be used by its TekLink service team to perform compliance testing on any display monitor brand used for diagnostic imaging.

In addition, Richardson will highlight an integrated radiology reading station that combines C5MPn 5-megapixel color displays from Image Systems with a new mammographic PACS workstation computer developed by Singular Medical Technologies. These would also be paired with Ergotron's Anthro Carl's Table and an ergonomic chair, according to the company. A portable reading station for emergency department use will also be displayed.

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