iCAD has released its TotalLook version 8.0. This latest version of the company’s film digitizer provides women's healthcare centers with important workflow and connectivity-related benefits that help with the transition from film to digital mammography and aid clinical productivity. TotalLook provides customers with a comprehensive system for film-to-digital conversion that enables comparative image review on a single digital review workstation. The system provides DICOM query and search capabilities that tighten integration with PACS and HIS/RIS, eliminating redundant patient data entry, minimizing errors and improving workflow. Additionally, the image compression option uses Intelligent Image Sampling and anti-aliasing algorithms to reduce file size 75 percent. Image compression also minimizes storage/archiving requirements and enables images to be shared more easily. A typical facility could save nearly 5TB of storage space annually, the company said.
Royal Philips Electronics has release its Philips EP navigator, an imaging tool that supports clinicians in the treatment of complex cardiac rhythm disorders. EP Navigator combines pre–interventional 3D CT images of a patients’ cardiac anatomy with live x-ray fluoroscopy catheter position information in a single image. This allows physicians to navigate more easily through the heart during complex procedures.
Secured eMail announced the availability of Workshare Protect for Secured eMail ePrivacy Suite Enterprise, a client-based outbound content monitoring and email encryption platform developed using the Workshare Ready SDK. The integrated solution automatically discovers and encrypts sensitive information at desktop level, such as intellectual property and private customer, HR and financial information, based on content risk policy. Sensitive information can include personally identifiable information such as Social Security numbers (SSNs) and passwords, custom and pre-defined policies regulations such as for HIPAA, CA SB1386, EU Data Protection Act, Sarbanes Oxley and others.