Dicom Systems announces WebBridge Interface at RSNA 2014
Campbell, CA, November 28, 2014 (Booth #7309, North Hall) — Dicom Systems today announced the release of it’s newest product, DCMSYS Interface WebBridge at the 100th annual RSNA Meeting held November 30th through December 5th at McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois.
Designed for medical facilities of any size, WebBridge allows any native or web-based third-party application to upload any non-standard data (e.g. JPEG, TFF, PDF, TXT, etc.) to DCMSYS Enterprise Imaging Suite and Vendor Neutral Archive. Users can connect to the DCMSYS product suite to access all the patient data, search studies, link data to the appropriate study and store, modify, share and connect to any repository.
DICOM PS3.18 2014b – Web Services standard provides a simple mechanism for accessing DICOM persistent objects, through HTTP/HTTPS protocol, using DICOM UIDs (Unique Identifiers). Data may be retrieved either in a presentation-ready format, as specified by the requester (e.g., JPEG or GIF) or in a native DICOM format.
“We continue to innovate and expand DCMSYS product line and add valuable features to ensure that our customers have the latest and greatest that technology can offer,” said Dicom Systems President and CTO Dmitriy Tochilnik. “With the help of WebBridge, third party interfaces can develop front end functionality in a matter of days and fully manage the data stored on DCMSYS VNA and routers. Our devices process and route 1.9 billion images / 26 million exams a year. WebBridge helps to manage the PHI records and get the data in and DICOM Guard functionality distributes the data out, eliminating the need for CD burning and mailing the patient information.”
Please visit www.dcmsys.com to learn more about WebBridge or visit Dicom Systems at Booth 7309 in the North Hall.
About Dicom Systems, Inc: Dicom Systems offers a 100% secure web-based DICOM and HL7 routing and Interface Engine appliance for hospitals, clinics and diagnostic imaging centers. Its proprietary technology dramatically simplifies the client’s IT structure by applying industry standard protocols, such as SNMP, SSL/TLS, DICOM and HL7, thus enabling users staggeringly quick and effective access to information regardless of their physical location within the enterprise. Trusted by top healthcare facilities, and providing the most effective integrated workflow in digital imaging, Campbell-based Dicom Systems ensures that doctors, practitioners and diagnosticians have the most reliable and most immediate access to patient data from across their Healthcare Enterprises.