Australian team integrates PACS, teaching files

According to a recent article published in the Journal of Digital Imaging,team from the department of medical imaging, St. Vincent’s Hospital in Victoria, Australia, has integrated a digital teaching file with its PACS (GE Healthcare Centricity), with no additional hardware or software costs.

The developers create a solution that could easily be used by clinicians, had a simple submission process, could support multiple users, and would be searchable on all data fields with a user interface application that is less than 1 megabyte (848 kB) and the physical size of the back-end database is currently 3.4 MB for a database holding all the relevant demographic data for 1,559 cases.

More details can be read here.

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