Sectra promises "future-proof" PACS with next-gen system
This article was originally published in Clinica
Swedish picture archiving and communications systems (PACS) supplier Sectra has announced the launch of the third phase of the deployment of its next-generation system. The PACS 12.1 features patent-pending RapidConnect technology that promises to provide better performance in large-stack reading, together with new integrated solutions, including 3D capabilities and "full web-based deployment". The 12.1 release was described by radiology IT vice-president Staffan Bergström as "future-proof". Northern Ireland's health service has become one of the first to install the new system and will use it to perform more than 1 million examinations per year, said the Linköping-based firm.
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