MERGE HEALTHCARE UNVEILS 64-PROCESSING IN RIS/PACTS SOLUTIONS.Merge Healthcare (Nasdaq: MRGE; TSX TSX Toronto Stock Exchange (TSE before April, 2002)
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Merge Healthcare's 64-bit processing enables radiologists to overcome limitations on their computer systems' memory usage, to view, compare and manipulate larger studies than with today's most commonly used 32-bit technology.
Cory Hall, Merge Healthcare's senior vice president, Product Management, explains, "32-bit systems are simply incapable of loading these large image sets completely into memory for display, resulting in inefficiencies. 64-bit enables the radiologist to load any study with as many relevant priors as needed as needed prn. See prn order. without limitation on the workstation. This leads to more efficient and effective reading."
With 32-bit technology and with workarounds that add proprietary memory management, systems often run slowly or may even stop. Radiologist workflow is interrupted, causing frustration and costly delays, and potentially impacting clinical capabilities. With faster and more precise processing, an organization can optimize workflow, enhance productivity and improve clinical effectiveness.
"Newer studies, such as multi-slice CT, breast MR, and PET/CT PET/CT Positron Emission Tomography and Computed Tomography yield thousands of images and place high demand on a computer's physical and virtual memory, especially during comparison viewing when current studies are displayed along with the priors," said Ramin Ramin (Gonystylus) is a genus of about 30 species of hardwood trees native to southeast Asia, in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, the Philippines, and Papua New Guinea, with the highest species diversity on Borneo. Abrahim, MD, a radiologist with Washington Radiology Associates (WRA WRA Wisconsin Realtors Association (Madison, WI)
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WRA Western Reserve Academy (Hudson, Ohio) ) which has six outpatient imaging facilities in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC. "32-bit systems are simply incapable of loading these large image sets completely into memory for display. For example, with the 32-bit system we were unable to load two entire breast MRI 1. (application) MRI - Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
2. MRI - Measurement Requirements and Interface. studies. Now, with 64-bit processing, we can load any study with as many relevant priors as needed without limitation on the workstation. I recall simultaneously loading seven breast MRI studies, each with more than 1,600 images, without any system performance degradation. We praise this new technological accomplishment because of its inherent robust nature, efficiencies and resultant effective reading."
Many imaging vendors run 32-bit software on top of a 64-bit operating platform. This leverages a "32-bit emulation model" in which your software thinks the machine is smaller, and thus more solutions can run. This alone, however, does not enable loading thousands of images. Merge Healthcare is one of the first to take the next step by fully porting its PACS workstation to a 64-bit environment and making 64-bit processing native within its system.
"As modalities become more sophisticated, our customers require effective solutions to accommodate their output in ways that accelerate productivity," said Tim Kulbago, Chief Technology Officer of Merge Healthcare. "Our solution meets the realities of a radiologist's day and revolutionizes the way in which large studies, such as thin-slice CT and breast MR studies, are read and compared. On the horizon, we see significant opportunity for organizations to blend the power of a 64-bit PACS with their RIS RIS
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Merge Healthcare is a market leader in the development and delivery of medical imaging and information management software and services. Our innovative software solutions use leading-edge imaging software technologies that accelerate market delivery for our OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) The rebranding of equipment and selling it. The term initially referred to the company that made the products (the "original" manufacturer), but eventually became widely used to refer to the organization that buys the products and customers, while our end-user solutions improve our customers' productivity and enhance the quality of patient care they provide. Merge Healthcare's North American North American
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For more information, visit http://www.mergehealthcare.com or call 414/977-4000.