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DIA possesses the most advanced PACS technology  available – IntegradWeb. We offer our referring  physicians 100% HIPAA-compliant access to  images and reports across the Web. PACS (Picture Archiving
and Communication System)

DIA possesses the most advanced PACS technology available – IntegradWeb. This web-based PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) improves patient care with its powerful, efficient and flexible technology. With PACS, we ensure that convenient, efficient, and accurate radiology services are part of the exemplary overall services we offer at DIA. The fully Web-driven PACS system provides a filmless solution -- we offer our referring physicians 100% HIPAA-compliant access to images and reports across the Web. The typical waiting period which was once tolerated before films could be read and delivered to a referring physician’s site is no longer a concern. Once our DIA radiologists read the study, workstations require only Internet Explorer for a referring physician to access the images from the archive. The system is simple, fast, and secure.

IntegradWeb PACS has been deployed across DIA to enhance workflow efficiency, and enable ultra-fast image communication and workflow management among DIA radiologists and our referring physicians. The system provides our referring doctors with complete image accessibility and functionality from any computer over the Internet. Its architecture supplies a user-friendly working environment and high-speed image viewing and manipulation wherever clinicians are located.

Furthermore, aligning your practice with DIA and its IntegradWeb PACS enables physicians to quickly access and view PACS images via an Electronic Medical Charting System and will save clinician hours of valuable time. Physicians will be able to view images in unison with patient reports.

Essentially, DIA has established a user-friendly process so any physician with access to an Electronic Medical Charting System can, with no scanning, typing, or other inconveniences, pull up their patient studies, then copy and paste them into the respective patient chart.

Today, physicians are able to view the PACS images with a few simple clicks. A form launches that queries the PACS system and retrieves the digital image for display. The PACS image displayed applies only to the currently selected study (i.e., the radiology report being viewed).

The process of moving forward in medical technology is continuous. These state-of-the-art achievements add to the efforts that maintain DIA’s leadership in the diagnostic imaging industry. PACS is not just for radiologists, but is meant for the whole physician population. It adds a tremendous amount of value for everyone.

 

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