Rather than have a cardiology PACS separate from reporting tools, Infinitt North America has combined the two and highlighted that capability at ACC.10 earlier this month in Atlanta.
Infinitt PACS is a web-based viewer that provides a "reading environment, centralized management modules for system administrators and secure access for remote users as well as referring physicians," according to Patrick O'Connor, executive account representative.
The PACS allows advanced image processing within the same viewer and combines 2D and 3D viewing within the same environment, according to Kathryn Scasserra, product support representative at Infinitt.
"Our PACS enables users to perform basic and complex echo measurements and calculations such as regional and stress wall motion scoring. It also allows users to attain quantitative coronary analysis from cath images, stenosis identification and ejection fraction," said Scasserra, adding that the calculations performed within the PACS will automatically populate report templates.
The company also showcased the seamless integration of its RIS with its PACS. "They are driven from the same database, eliminating the need for an interface between the two modules, O'Connor said.