Medical imaging is used to capture images of various parts of the human body for diagnostic and treatment purposes.
These includes various radiological imaging techniques such as
Diagnostic Imaging Clinics have a multitude of equipment to acquire images of the internal human body.
These equipment are known as modalities and common examples include Digital Radiography (DX),
Computed Radiography (CR), Computed Tomography (CT), Ultrasound (US), and Magnetic Resonance
Modern modalities are DICOM compliant, an international standard in medical imaging. Acquired images from such modalities can be digitally transmitted to the Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) and stored. This transmission is lossless, whereby the image integrity is not compromised.
MEDDREAM PACS is integrated to the Radiology Information System (RIS), where patient information, images, historical reports can be efficiently managed. The images in the PACS will go through a Quality Assurance (QA) process by authorized radiographers. Once the studies are approved in the RIS, they will appear in the radiologist’s worklist, ready to be reported.
Both the IRADNET RIS and MEDDREAM PACS are web-based, which allow instant availability for remote viewing at any location, at any time. Radiologists at offsite locations can log into the system, to review the diagnostic images on the PACS, and make medical reports into the Iradnet system. Radiologist reports are readily available In the web portal or via HL7 integration with customer RIS/EMR.
Once the studies are finalized, they are automatically updated to the servers to be stored, and backed up
in enterprise storage solutions. Sonicwall Network Security Appliances are used to connect the multiple sites together over internet connections. Site-to-site VPN tunnels encrypt data communications to ensure maximum security.
We have a team of highly trained, MOH certified radiologists, to interpret such images to provide an accurate diagnosis, so that your doctor can recommend appropriate treatment plans.