Campbell, CA/ October 18, 2017 – Dicom Systems, Inc. (www.dcmsys.com), a Silicon Valley-based healthcare IT company specializing in Enterprise Imaging interoperability, successfully completed the RSNA Image Share Validation program that extensively tests the compliance of vendors’ systems to accurately and efficiently exchange medical images.
By earning the RSNA Image Share designation, the Enterprise Imaging Workflow Unifier and Archive 3.4.12-1 assures customers that the system supports convenient, standards-based image exchange and has been shown to offer the following benefits to patients and providers:
– Improved efficiency
– Cut Costs
– Enhanced quality of care
– Standards based interoperability to spur innovation
– Eliminate CDs
– Reduce radiation exposure
– Expedite trauma workflows
– Stop duplicative procedures
“Since the first generation of Dicom Systems Unifier appliances launched in 2008, interoperability has been our foremost defining attribute,” said Florent Saint-Clair, Executive Vice President of Dicom systems. “Compliance with the RSNA Image Share Validation program not only constitutes a validation of our platform’s fundamental flexibility in Enterprise Imaging, it also expands our ability to bridge the gap of interoperability with the consumer side of image sharing.”
Dicom Systems will exhibit at the 2017 Radiological Society of North America 103rd Annual Meeting at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois. Visit them at Booth 7903, North Hall B. To schedule a meeting or demo visit www.dcmsys.com/rsna-2017.
About Dicom Systems
Dicom Systems is a health IT company offering a broad range of Enterprise Imaging solutions and teleradiology workflow enablers, ranging from simple smart routing, SSL-based DICOM and HL7 integration tools to enterprise-class vendor neutral archiving. The suite of solutions include the Enterprise Imaging Workflow Unifier™ network appliance, CloudVNA™, Unifier Cloud Archive and DICOM Guard™, a de-identification/re-identification technology. Trusted by top healthcare facilities and government agencies, the company is based in Silicon Valley with employees around the globe. For more information, visit www.dcmsys.com.
RSNA is an association of more than 54,000 radiologists, radiation oncologists, medical physicists and related scientists, promoting excellence in patient care and health care delivery through education, research, and technologic innovation. The Society is based in Oak Brook, Ill. (RSNA.org)
About The Sequoia Project
The Sequoia Project is a non-profit, 501c3, public-private collaborative chartered to advance implementation of secure, interoperable nationwide health information exchange. The Sequoia Project supports multiple, independent health IT interoperability initiatives, most notably: the eHealth Exchange, a rapidly growing health data sharing community of exchange partners sharing under a common trust framework and a common set of rules; and Carequality, which is a national-level, consensus-built, common interoperability framework to interconnect and enable exchange between and among existing data sharing networks, much like the telecommunications industry did for linking cell phone networks. For more information about The Sequoia Project and its initiatives, visit www.sequoiaproject.org. Follow The Sequoia Project on Twitter: @SequoiaProject.