Dicom Systems Launches Enterprise Imaging Platform in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, Deploys to a Leading National IDN
CAMPBELL, Calif., Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Dicom Systems, a healthcare IT software company, today announced the availability of Unifier enterprise imaging platform for medical imaging workflow, archiving, cloud, and AI enablement, in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, an online store providing applications and services for use on Azure. The Azure Marketplace helps connect companies seeking innovative, cloud-based solutions with partners who have developed solutions that are ready to use.
DICOM Modality Worklist (DMWL) remains one of the prime value-added modules from the Dicom Systems enterprise imaging Unifier platform. The IDN (integrated delivery network) customer, which operates more than 50 hospitals, is using DMWL to efficiently manage modality communication between any DICOM application. Azure will streamline deployment for the nearly 6,000 modalities that will now be managed by Unifier enterprise imaging appliance.
Learn more about Dicom Systems’ enterprise imaging Unifier platform by visiting Azure Marketplace.
About Dicom Systems
Dicom Systems provides enterprise imaging solutions that simplify IT workflows and interoperability. The features-rich Unifier platform delivers functionality such as intelligent routing, HTTPS-based DICOM, and HL7 integration tools, DICOM Modality Worklist, archiving, and de-identification through on-premises, private cloud, and leading cloud providers. Proven at worldwide deployments, Dicom Systems is recognized by top healthcare enterprises, government agencies, and partners for next-generation enterprise imaging. To learn more, visit www.dcmsys.com. Press Contact: Taylur Ngo, Marketing Director, 415-684-8790, email@example.com
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