Dicom Systems De-identifies 5.3 Million Radiology Exams, Demonstrates AI On-Ramp Feature
CAMPBELL, Calif., Aug. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Dicom Systems, Inc. (www.dcmsys.com), a leader in Enterprise Imaging IT, announced the completion of a large-scale de-identification project for Hospital for Special Surgery (“HSS”) in New York, NY, the global leader in musculoskeletal health and the leading orthopedic hospital in the U.S.
- Proprietary framework takes HIPAA Privacy Rule, Safe Harbor methodology compliance to a new level
- Full customization of de-identification processes and output
- Advanced pixel-level de-identification while avoiding corruption or truncation of the image file
- When deployed in conjunction with Dicom Systems Enterprise Imaging Unifier, leverages robust framework for imaging lifecycle management and archiving.
About Dicom Systems
Dicom Systems provides Enterprise Imaging and teleradiology workflow solutions that simplify IT. The features-rich Unifier platform delivers intelligent routing, SSL-based DICOM and HL7 integration tools, DICOM Modality Worklist, and archiving through on-premise, private cloud and leading cloud providers like Google Cloud. 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.
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