Dynamic Imaging IntegradWeb MAMMO Showcased at SBI

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Standards-based Implementation of IHE Mammography Profile Takes Center Stage

Support of IHE is central to the engineering of IntegradWeb MAMMO. Based upon our results at the IHE Connect-a-thon, we’re proud to be on the cutting edge of digital mammography integration into traditional radiology PACS.

Dynamic Imaging (http://www.dynamic-imaging.com), an established leader in Web-based image and information management, announced today that the acclaimed, industry-standard IntegradWeb® MAMMO will be exhibited at the Society of Breast Imaging’s (SBI’s) 8th Postgraduate Course at the Westin Diplomat Resort and Spa in Hollywood, Florida, April 14–17, Booth #219. Dynamic Imaging will also participate in Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise’s (IHE’s) demonstration of the new IHE Mammography Profile.

This is the first industry-wide demonstration of the IHE Mammography Profile since testing and validation of the profile initially occurred at the 2007 IHE Connect-a-thon held in January 2007 in Chicago, Illinois. IHE offered invitations to participate in the IHE Mammography Profile demonstration at SBI exclusively to vendors that successfully validated their implementation of the profile at the 2007 IHE Connect-a-thon. Confirming their status in an elite group of vendors, Dynamic Imaging successfully tested and validated their implementation of the IHE Mammography Profile at the 2007 IHE Connect-a-thon, including the actors of Image Manager/Image Archive and Image Display.

“Dynamic Imaging is honored to participate in IHE’s first public demonstration of the IHE Mammography Profile at SBI,” said Alex Natanzon, Dynamic Imaging’s vice president of advanced technologies and applications. “Support of IHE is central to the engineering of IntegradWeb MAMMO. Based upon our results at the IHE Connect-a-thon, we’re proud to be on the cutting edge of digital mammography integration into traditional radiology PACS.“

IntegradWeb MAMMO’s digital mammography capabilities include complete digital mammography-specific workflows that include customizable reading layouts and sequences for any third-party full-field digital mammography system, as well as automatic retrieval and display of priors. Also included is support for digital mammography computer aided detection (CAD). CAD markings are applied to the original digital mammography study and can be archived for future reference. Because digital mammography studies are treated like all other modalities, users can take advantage of the rich functionality of IntegradWeb PACS to include anywhere access, saving key images for referring physicians’ print pages, as well as portable data for imaging (PDI)-compliant CD burning and importing outside PDI CDs.

IntegradWeb MAMMO also includes AutoFetch, which speeds local and remote reading workflow for digital mammography interpretation as well as for all other modality types. AutoFetch is enabled via IntegradWeb PACS’ Study List. It automatically retrieves prioritized unread studies and their relevant priors to the local workstation regardless of location and optimizes performance regardless of the network bandwidth. These studies are temporarily stored to local memory, not the local cache, thus safeguarding the temporary storage of protected health information (PHI). Competing PACS approaches such as pre-fetching or auto-caching that store to the local cache may leave PHI data exposed to potential HIPAA violations.

About Dynamic Imaging
Dynamic Imaging is on the forefront of image and information management, bringing affordable filmless and paperless radiology to all members of the imaging community. Dynamic Imaging continues to set new standards through our innovative Web-based PACS, Web-based unified RIS/PACS solution for ambulatory practices (RIS, PACS, billing, document management, and digital dictation), intelligent applications, and state-of-the-art workflow tools for all care settings.

Used in more than 500 sites world-wide, customers include academic and community-based acute care healthcare institutions, integrated delivery networks, and imaging centers and radiology group practices of all sizes. For more information about Dynamic Imaging and its products and services, call 1-888-303-PACS or visit
http://www.dynamic-imaging.com.

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