IMAGE Information Systems: Medical Imaging with iQ

IMAGE Information Systems: Medical Imaging with iQ

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The growing awareness about the early and effective diagnosis of a disease with the help of medical imaging process is fueling the growth of the global medical imaging processing market. And, the quality and speed at which the imaging process is performed could have a significant impact on how healthcare services are delivered to the patients. Thus, healthcare organizations are in a constant quest of embracing software that could assist them in conveniently storing, accessing, and tracking medical imagery. To help organizations efficiently manage various medical imagery and deliver superior healthcare services, IMAGE Information System—a Rostock-based company—provides complete, easy-to-use innovative medical imaging solutions for radiology and healthcare professionals worldwide. The company offers picture archiving and communication system (PACS), and radiology information system (RIS) solutions that enable hospitals to perform their medical practices effectively.

“Our domain expertise in the field of image data compression, medical interfaces, and integration of digital solutions into existing medical processes helps hospitals and imaging centres to streamline their workflows,” says Mike Jensen, co-founder of IMAGE Information Systems. The firm’s product portfolio includes DICOM reading stations (iQ-VIEW), 3D image processing (iQ-VIEW 3D), medical image data storage and web distribution (iQ-WEBX), and more. The iQ-VIEW is optimized for radiologists to read and review images that can be imported from scanners, directories, and portable media. Using the reporting modules of the software, practitioners can also generate and send structured reports. iQ-VIEW can further be equipped with an add-on for 3D image processing of computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies. Such enhanced feature enables doctors to perform multiplanar reconstructions (MPR) with only a few clicks and supports the viewing of trauma, vascular, neurology, and oncologic CT and MRI images. In addition, its surface shaded display (SSD) visualizes the surface of high contrast objects like bones or metal in 3D and can be exported as a rotating sequence.

Our iQ System PACS increase imaging performance by 30 to 70 percentages while being flexible to process huge images for meeting the increasing demand of clients

To support various workflows for medical imaging specialist, IMAGE Information Systems developed iQ SYSTEM PACS that integrates with radiology information system (RIS), hospital information system (HIS), and electronic medical record (EMR). Leveraging the firm’s PACS, hospitals can eliminate the use of hard-copy films and management of physical achieves as it offers a secure network for distribution of patient scan images. “Our iQ SYSTEM PACS increase imaging performance by 30 to 70 percentages while being flexible enough to process many images for meeting the increasing demand of clients,” adds Jensen.

Armed with such a comprehensive range of solutions, IMAGE Information Systems collaborates with various organizations and helps them gain operational resilience by digitalizing and integrating multiple medical imaging systems. One of these partnerships with a client that struggled to gather medical images from their different clinics best demonstrates its proficiency in delivering medical management solutions. The client aspired to collect ultrasound and classic x-ray images in a unified system using a secured teleradiology network. Thus, the client opted for IMAGE Information Systems’ iQ-SYSTEM PACS solution, which enabled them to transfer scan data using iQ-ROUTER in a system and access it any time. The reliability and stability of the solution assisted the client in improving their day-to-day activity while generating reports from anywhere.

IMAGE Information Systems strives to find better ways of helping doctors and hospitals by enhancing its products capabilities using the latest technologies and in turn improve the healthcare delivery. “We understand the potential of artificial intelligence and are actively embracing it to strengthen our products for empowering the healthcare industry,” concludes Jensen.