Digisonics nets multiple installations
Digisonics has expanded its U.S. install base in Texas, New Hampshire, Georgia and Pennsylvania.

The University of Texas Southwest in Dallas has expanded its Digisonics OB-View system to its Plano campus.

Valley Regional Hospital in Claremont, N.H., has added the Report-to-PACS interface for automated conversion of their study images and OB-Windows reports to DICOM files for storage and review on its Amicas PACS, the Houston-based company said.

Kaiser Permanente in Tucker, Ga., has added DigiLink to its HL7 results-out interface between the OB-Windows Clinical Reporting and Database System and the EPIC Radiant RIS. DigiLink will provide direct URL links to PDFs of the OB-Windows reports in the RIS, according to Digisonics.  

ICON Medical Imaging in Warrington, Pa., has upgraded its DigiView licenses to include the fully-functional remote reading capabilities of DigiNet Pro. Users will be able to launch the DigiView interface from virtually anywhere at anytime via the web for complete access to image review, analysis and reporting, the company said.