• PACS Digital Imaging System
  • Benefits
  • Differences
System provides medical images to be captured, viewed, kept and transported in digital environment.

PACS provides doctors easy access to digital images and data related over the web anytime, disposing of the traditional imaging techniques and the materials needed for them.

With our Radiological Imaging Archive and Communication, archived data is much easier to access, and saves the institutes from a serious waste of materials.

By using DICOM standard and an object oriented data model we support the ISO standards.

While providing integration between different PACS systems, Radiology Information System and BMBSOFT Health Information System, the integrated workflow and viewing the PACS data are all made with DICOM standard.

In institutes where radiologic imaging circulation is dense and many services provided, our systems provide integration between PACS and the Radiology departments.

Gets the digital image through all DICOM compatible devices (MR, CT, Angiography, Ultrasound, Mammography etc..) and sends to the PACS server, using DICOM standards. The DICOM file sent is kept in the main server after being categorized.

The clients can access the kept images in the PACS server, and patient data, edit it. Doctors can record diagnosis and notes about the patient.

In the second phase of PACS system, the kept images are analyzed by doctors and radiologists connecting to the PACS server.
With the connection between HIS and PACS, radiological images, reports of images and patient’s other recorded information can be shared.
Thus, with the push of a button, doctor can access all patient data and make assessment based on comparison.

If needed, DICOM files can exported using popular image formats(jpg, tiff vb..) to optic disks or Internet.

If requested, without needing any extra software, patients or consultants, as per their access privileges can access PACS server.

Our PACS system is easily manageable from one center and %100 compliant with our HIS program.