(PRWEB) November 10, 2005
Eleven hospitals and clinics have selected Orthocrat’s TraumaCad to provide advanced orthopedic planning and templating, bringing to 50 the total number of new installations this year. The new sites chose TraumaCad for its advanced functionality, Web-driven, thin-client architecture, and ability to integrate seamlessly with a PACS or dedicated orthopedic management software.
The recent TraumaCad installations include:
· Alabama Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics, AL, with integration to an Eclipses PACS
· Orthopedic Associates, LLC, CO, with integration to an E-trauma system
· Albert Einstein Medical Center, PA ,with integration to a Fuji PACS
· Austin Radiological Association, TX
· Cox Health, MO, with integration to a Philips PACS
· Dartmouth Hitchcock, NH, with integration to an IDX PACS
· East Texas Medical Center, TX, with integration to a Fuji PACS
· Lenox Hill Hospital, NY, with integration to a Fuji PACS
· Presbyterian Hospital of Plano, TX, with integration to a Fuji PACS
· Rose Medical Center, CO, with integration to a Fuji PACS
With its state-of-the-art technology, TraumaCad was an excellent fit for these advanced medical facilities. Using a Web interface, the solution downloads from a server onto any Internet-connected PC throughout the enterprise and beyond. The seven sites using Fuji Synapse PACS have access to TraumaCad from within their PACS. Synapse manages a single user authentication for both systems, allowing efficient, secure software access. After downloading images though the PACS, orthopedists simply drag and drop them into the TraumaCad workspace.
TraumaCad provides all facilities with an integrated comprehensive, cost-effective fully digital orthopedic solution. Through precise manipulation of soft-copy images and application of fixation and prosthetic systems, TraumaCad streamlines interventions, enhances outcomes and cuts costs. It also includes advanced modular deformity correction and pediatric packages.
“We selected TraumaCad because it is a feature-rich, user-friendly and intuitive solution,” said Frederic Wilson, Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon for East Texas Medical Center. “The drag-and-drop Synapse interface is extremely fast and convenient. Overall, the system does a great job.”
“Today, more and more orthopedists want to enjoy the benefits of full digital workflow,” said Zeev Glozman, Orthocrat CEO and founder. “Seamless integration of an orthopedic planning solution into image management software is crucial. TraumaCad was selected by these prestigious installations because it meets this goal and offers a full complement of advanced features.
Feature-rich, user-friendly and Web-based, TraumaCad is the industry’s leading digital orthopedic surgical planning and templating solution. Realizing a host of advantages over competing solutions, TraumaCad is a thin-client, DICOM application that integrates with any PACS and network architecture, while delivering a consistent orthopedic work environment over a Web-enabled PC. While distinguished by its standards-based architecture, it also is a highly effective stand-alone orthopedic solution.
Orthopedic surgeons at prestigious U.S. institutions have chosen Trauma-Cad for its industry-leading benefits. The advanced software solution also been selected by a range of well-known medical equipment manufacturers for integration into PACS solutions to enable state-of-the art digital orthopedic functionality.
TraumaCad was developed by a team of highly experienced clinicians who recognized a gap in the marketplace and were committed to filling it with a comprehensive, thoughtfully designed digital solution for orthopedic surgeons that they themselves would use. With offices in the U.S. and Israel, Orthocrat was formed in 2003 to market TraumaCad worldwide and maintain the company’s strong commitment to research, development and quality that today has become its hallmark.