Camtronics Medical Systems Ltd., a subsidiary of Analogic Corp., rolled out its Vericis for cardiovascular image and information management at Halifax Medical Center (HMC) in Daytona Beach, Fla.
The system will be installed in HMC's Cardiovascular Diagnostic and Interventional Institute, an expansion of the Halifax Heart Center that is currently under construction and expected to open this summer.
Vericis will acquire, store, and distribute digital images from the HMC's cardiac catheterization and echocardiography laboratories and will connect and provide access to images on HMC's Radiology PACS (picture archiving and communications systems).
The installation will include Camtronics' cardiac cath and echocardiography clinical reporting modules, Web Server, and bi-directional hospital information system interface. In HMC's four cath labs, the system will integrate with Camtronics' PhysioLog hemodynamic monitoring system to enable computer-based results reporting.
In addition, Camtronics says HMC will also be installing Quinton Cardiology Systems' Pyramis ECG management system. Camtronics and Quinton announced a strategic alliance in 2003 to develop integrated cardiology systems that leverage each company's respective product lines.