Improved clinical imaging reporting solution includes reading efficiency, expanded clinical applications and support
Siemens Healthcare has enhanced its syngo®.via multimodality image reporting application. The VA11 update offers radiologists a raft of benefits over the initial version of the platform. These include increased reading efficiency to assist with report turnaround time and to help ease costs; an expanded number of clinical applications, more than doubling the previous portfolio; and broader multimodality support.
As part of the syngo family, syngo.via can either be used as a standalone device or integrated with a variety of other applications from the range, including zero click integration to Siemens’ PACS solution syngo.plaza. Furthermore, the use of syngo.via Mobile Applications streamlines workflow and enhances productivity and information efficiency, allowing clinicians within and outside the hospital to securely access images and reports in a standard web browser or through mobile devices such as iPads or iPhones.
The latest version of syngo.via also introduces the availability of multi-server configurations, allowing customers to increase throughput and capacity, whilst maintaining seamless integration.
“Siemens Healthcare is proud to release the VA11 update to our UK syngo.via customers,” comments Ronan Kirby, syngo Business Manager at Siemens Healthcare. “The latest version of the platform features a number of benefits to clinicians as they strive to streamline workflow, not least the functionality allowing them to securely and safely access images via a web browser, regardless of whether they are within the confines of the hospital or not.”
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