ICT Automatisering launches mPACSview
ICT Automatisering (ICT) today launches mPACSview, a solution that enables medical specialists such as radiologists and cardiologists to view medical images anywhere and at any time.
mPACSView allows specialists to retrieve and view diagnostic images directly from the PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) on a tablet - quickly, securely and simply. What’s more, they can do so anywhere in the world through an internet connection.
mPACSView is part of the Medical Data Exchange (MDE) strategy of ICT Automatisering’s Healthcare vertical. The aim of the MDE approach is to make medical data available at all times and in all places. ICT Automatisering organises interoperability training courses in MDE, provides consultancy services to hospitals and suppliers and develops medical software.
A major distinguishing feature of mPACSView is its ease of use. It combines a high level of user-friendliness which you would expect from a tablet with intuitive menu options and functionalities. mPACSview was devised in partnership with the Catharina Hospital in Eindhoven.
ICT Automatisering: “We have now tested mPACSview to our satisfaction in a live environment. The application meets the strict requirements that were imposed by radiologists at the start of the development phase. This includes not storing any patient data on the tablet and secured data connections. Then if the tablet is mislaid, confidential patient information cannot fall into the wrong hands. It’s now time to present mPACSView to a wider public; we’re already holding demos in a select number of hospitals.”
Please click on this link for the movie about mPACSview.
mPACSview will be formally launched at the radiologists’ open days in the Brabanthallen in Den Bosch on 27 and 28 September. For more information, see: radiologendagen.
On 31 October, ICT Automatisering will also be holding a Healthcare clients’ information day in Vught. If you would like to attend, please register on info.marketingREMOVETHIS@ANDTHISict.nl, mentioning “Healthcare clients’ information day.”