1st Regional Teleradiology Day - Brittany.

On 16th January there was an opportunity for health professionals to talk about Breton achievements in teleradiology in the context of the major issues of 24/7 coverage and continuity of care. The event included presentations and video reports on the projects that are already operational, such as teleradiology between Douarnenez and Quimper. In parallel, discussion sessions were held, on such topics as the installation of the territorial Telemis PACS between Rennes University Hospital, Fougères Hospital, Redon Hospital, and Vitré Hospital, as well as public / private partnerships in the Saint-Malo area. This initiative by "GCS e-Santé Bretagne" should definitely be applauded, and the participants have already agreed to meet up for a second edition. 03/02/2014

Research connection and clinical validation: The role of PACS at the CRLCC in Rouen

RSNA: 15th participation.

This year will mark the 15th time that Telemis has participated in the RSNA (Radiological Society of North America) Congress in Chicago. Ever since it was founded in 1999, Telemis has aimed to stand amongst the world's top PACS players. This congress will provide a fresh opportunity to discuss new projects with our customers and prospects, far away from the hectic environment of a busy medical facility. See you very soon in Chicago! (McCormick Place, Booth 1602, Hall A, from 1st to 6th December 2013) 19/11/2013

Next generation Telemis PACS software is faster with more powerful tools for measurement and communication.

Version 4.5 of leading picture archiving and communication platform unveiled at JFR 2013 Telemis, the specialist in medical imaging solutions, has unveiled a new version of its popular PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) software. Telemis-Medical PACS version 4.5 improves diagnostic speed and accuracy and incorporates powerful tools for measuring, tracking and comparing measurements over time. The latest software also provides enhanced support for collaborative working through the efficient and secure transmission and sharing of digital medical images. Launched at the Journées Françaises de Radiologie (JFR) technical exhibition and congress in Paris, Telemis-Medical PACS version 4.5 offers new tools for monitoring and comparing lesion measurements, including improved techniques for the co-registration of multiple images. At the same time the company has made database access and image streaming much faster. The latest version of the platform also introduces a new concept of simple, integrated image exchange between Telemis PACS-equipped institutions. Speed: Speed and performance are key criteria for hospitals, clinics and medical practices that look to improve efficiency and diagnostic accuracy through the use of a PACS platform. With Telemis-Medical PACS version 4.5, Telemis has significantly improved system speed and response by focusing on improvements to its database and content indexing. Visualization of large volumes of image data is now faster thanks to a new volume imaging server streaming technology, while a "TM- Prefetcher" module allows pre-loading of images to a console from a regional PACS archive. Version 4.5 also incorporates improvements to the TM-Publisher Web regional image distribution solution that supports secure Internet access of images and data. New DICOM functionalities and re-publication features support rapid access of archived images and data and eliminate the need for general practitioners (GPs) and other offsite medical personnel to make specific requests for older data. TM-Publisher Web is compatible with regional networks such as RSW (Réseau de Santé Wallon - Walloon Health Network). Accuracy: To facilitate pathology progression measurement Telemis-Medical PACS version 4.5 features an improved solution for monitoring and comparing radiology results. Simple and rapid comparison with previous reviews and the measurement of new lesions are achieved through an intuitive interface in just a few clicks. Multimodal comparison capabilities ensure precision diagnosis, while the new graphical user interface (GUI) is optimized to the requirements of radiology specialists. Communication: In its latest release Telemis has also enhanced communication between different collaborating medical facilities. With Telemis-Medical PACS version 4.5 users can communicate with nearly 200 hospitals and medical facilities that currently use a Telemis PACS platform - digital images can be sent quickly and securely to another site with as few as three clicks. This eliminates the time, cost and inconvenience of burning images to CD- ROMs and then sending them by overnight courier when seeking second opinions or transferring patients between facilities. Telemis CEO, Stephane Ketelaer, said: "As well as offering new PACS users the very latest in image archiving, retrieval and sharing, the latest version of Telemis-Medical PACS is also a way to thank existing customers who have trusted us for many years. Telemis-Medical PACS version 4.5 provides those customers with a simple and secure way of communicating between different sites, together with faster, more powerful software that supports major advances in aiding diagnostic accuracy." As in previous years, Telemis is using this year's Journées Françaises de Radiologie to showcase its latest prototypes and cutting-edge technologies. Visitors can share their views with Telemis engineers, discuss the benefits of different concepts presented during the show, and vote for their favorite technology prototypes. Those concepts that receive the most votes will be those prioritized for incorporation in future versions of Telemis-Medical PACS. 18/10/2013


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