CAMPBELL, Calif., Nov. 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Dicom Systems (www.dcmsys.com), a Silicon Valley-based healthcare
The new patent, US 9,390,153, is entitled "User-configurable Radiological Data Transformation and Archiving" and relates to radiological data processing. Dicom Systems patented technology helps create various adapters and unique workflows to improve and integrate any Enterprise Imaging Software or platform without extensive development cycles. Workflow Unifier® is a flexible framework for PACS administrators, integrators, IT or clinical users to significantly improve processes by integrating different platforms into one efficient enterprise.
"Silicon Valley entrepreneurial spirit and culture is part of Dicom Systems' DNA," says Florent Saint-Clair, Dicom Systems Executive Vice President. "Customers routinely challenge us to help them circumvent complex workflow headaches; with each new use case solved, we remove workflow barriers for multiple other customers, and strengthen the platform's core framework. Flexibility is the common denominator in each innovation."
"This patent is consistent with Dicom Systems' vision and innovative approach for streamlining Enterprise Imaging workflows; this technology is at the heart of our vision for improving productivity and patient care for our clients. Protecting our IP is our responsibility to customers who invest in Dicom Systems technology for the long run," said Dmitriy Tochilnik, President and CTO of Dicom Systems "Continuous improvement and innovation is a hallmark of Dicom Systems, and our Intellectual Property is a unique asset in which we continue to invest."
Dicom Systems will showcase Enterprise Imaging Workflow Unifier® at RSNA Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting in Chicago's McCormick Place from November 27 to December 1, 2016. Visit Dicom Systems' Booth 1508, Hall A to see a live product demonstration. For more information, email email@example.com.
About Dicom Systems Dicom Systems is a Health IT company that offers a broad range of Enterprise Imaging Solutions and Teleradiology Workflow enablers, ranging from simple smart routing, SSL-based DICOM and HL7 integration tools, all the way to enterprise-class vendor neutral archiving. Trusted by top healthcare facilities, company's medical imaging solutions include DCMSYS Enterprise Imaging Workflow Unifier™ network appliance is a best-in-class device that facilitates imaging workflow automation, DCMSYS Unifier Archive, their Vendor Neutral Archive and Unifier Cloud VNA. For more information, please visit www.dcmsys.com.
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