Dicom Systems Selected by UC San Diego Health to Manage Imaging Ecosystem
CAMPBELL, Calif., Sept. 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Dicom Systems, a leader in enterprise imaging solutions that simplify IT workflows and interoperability, announced today that they have been selected by UC San Diego Health to help create seamless interoperability across their imaging ecosystem. This initiative will help transform imaging workflows and the backend infrastructure supporting them, ensuring health data is fully integrated, encrypted, and instantly accessible across the enterprise.
With over 30 billion medical images passing through annually, the Dicom Systems Unifier platform delivers functionality such as intelligent DICOM and HL7 routing, DICOMWeb and FHIR, and HL7 integration tools, DICOM Modality Worklist, archiving, and de-identification through on-premises, private cloud, and leading cloud providers. Dicom Systems partners with artificial intelligence (AI) developers and integrates with many Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) or medical image management and processing system (MIMPS), Electronic Health Records (EHR), Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) companies to connect disparate systems, deploy AI, and guide transformative IT initiatives, providing companies with secure and reliable imaging environments.
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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