BayHealth Development, a UCSF/John Muir Health Joint Venture, and Dicom Systems Connect Disparate Systems to Create Seamless Integration and Optimize Imaging Workflows
CAMPBELL, Calif., March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Dicom Systems, a leader in enterprise imaging solutions that simplify IT workflows and interoperability, announced today that their collaboration with BayHealth has created seamless integration between two disparate healthcare systems. This partnership enables the sharing of medical images with different master patient indexes and paths, allowing the images to be accurately routed to their respective PACS applications for clinical evaluation, and protocol management. The previously configured systems allowed for viewing of images only which was no longer sufficient.
About Dicom Systems
Dicom Systems is an enterprise imaging solutions company with roots in DICOM routing. The Unifier platform offers solutions for interoperability, workflow, archiving, cloud, and AI on-ramp, ensuring health data is fully integrated, encrypted and instantly accessible. To learn more, visit dcmsys.com.
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