AZ Health Systems offers an affordable PACS server for ANY practice!
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- i5 8400
- 8GB Ram
- 240 SSD for the OS
- 4 TB RAID Image Store
- Microsoft Server 2016
- AZ Health Systems Proprietary PACS Engine
- Unlimited workstation viewing, (no licensing required)
- Unlimited DICOM receiver, (connect as many modalities as you want)
- 1 year hardware warranty
- 1 year software support
- Remote support software
- 1 year of Sophos antivirus
- Access your PACS from anywhere in your organization from Chrome, Firefox, Safari browsers
- Access through VPNs as well
- Basic measuring and image enhancement tools
- Easy drag and drop Import DICOM images from CD, file storage, etc.
- Send and receive to and from other PACS devices
Optional: (Available as an add on).
- Cloud Storage for redundancy
- Battery Back Up
- Extended Service Agreement
- Query/ Retrieve Module
- CR – Computed Radiography
- CT – Computed Tomography
- MR – Magnetic Resonance
- Enhanced MR
- NM – Nuclear medicine
- DX – Digital X Ray
- US –Ultrasound
- MF – Multi-Frame
- SC – Secondary Capture
- MF – Multi-Frame
- SB – Single Bit
- GB – Grayscale Byte
- GW – Grayscale Word
- TC – True Color
- MF – Multi-Frame
- XA –X Ray Angiography
- RF – X Ray Fluoroscopy
- RT – Radiation Therapy Image
- PET – Positron Emission Tomography
- DX – Digital Radiography
- MG – Digital Mammography
- IO – Digital Intra Oral
- VL – Visible Light
- EN – Endoscopy
- MC – Microscopic
- SL – Slide
- PH – Photographic
Your cost: $3995.00 (shipping (US only), handling, sales tax and addons are not included)
For more information: Call us at 480-359-2323 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a PACS
PACS (picture archiving and communication system) is a medical imaging technology used primarily in healthcare organizations to securely store and digitally transmit electronic images and clinically-relevant reports. The use of PACS eliminates the need to manually file and store, retrieve and send sensitive information, films and reports. Instead, medical documentation and images can be securely housed in off-site servers and safely accessed essentially from anywhere in the world using PACS software, workstations and mobile devices.
Who uses PACS
While radiologists have predominately used PACS — radiology traditionally being the most prolific producer of X-ray images — PACS technologies have been incorporated into other departments, such as nuclear medicine imaging, cardiology, pathology, oncology and dermatology.
Medical images are taken and reviewed for clinical analysis, diagnosis and treatment as part of a patient’s care plan. The information collected can be used to identify any anatomical and physiological abnormalities, chart the progress of treatment and provide clinicians with a database of normal patient scans for later reference.
Having digital access to the most updated version of a patient’s medical images, clinical reports and history can expedite and improve care, lessening the likelihood of treatment and prescription errors and preventing redundant testing. Digital access can also improve patient safety and save both the healthcare facility and the patient time and money.
PACS has four major components: hardware imaging machines; a secure network for the distribution and exchange of patient images; a workstation or mobile device for viewing, processing and interpreting images; and electronic archives for storing and retrieving images and related documentation and reports.
In turn, PACS has four main uses. The technology:
- replaces the need for hard-copy films and management of physical archives.
- allows for remote access, enabling clinicians in different physical locations to review the same data simultaneously.
- offers an electronic platform for images interfacing with other medical automation systems such as a hospital information system (HIS), electronic health record (EHR), and radiology information system (RIS).
- allows radiologists and other radiology and medical personnel to manage the workflow of patient exams