Partnerships: Numa and Capintec to develop thyroid test reporting system

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Numa, a nuclear medicine connectivity company, inked an agreement with Capintec, a supplier of energy measurement products and services, to develop an application for the digital reporting and communication of Captus 3000 Thyroid Update Systems exams. These systems measure thyroid iodine uptake and are based on an iodine-based radionuclide. Under the agreement, Numa will develop a digital application for integration into the thyroid device that will create a complete DICOM record for each patient exam, including demographics and a secondary screen capture of the alphanumeric exam data. The new NumaCap software will interface with a RIS or PACS and query the DICOM worklist provider to populate the Captus report with patient demographics, saving facilities significant time in data reentry.