RSNA: Visage Imaging introduces all-inclusive workstation
Visage Imaging promoted its new diagnostic imaging solution, the unified viewer Visage 7 platform at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual conference in Chicago last week.

“[The Visage 7] allows the end-user to view 2D, 3D and 4D images all on one screen and all on a thin client,” explained Diane Clifford, director of global marketing for Visage.

The workstation provides the physician reviewing the exam with one application that can be disbursed over a Windows or Mac operating system, allowing radiologists to work remotely and without having to download the images.

The system, which provides physicians with one point of contact, is said to simplify the workflow environment and create a time-saving opportunity, as there is no need to move to another area to read, according to Clifford.

On the Visage platform, Clifford said "the end-user can look at current and prior exams on one screen. It doesn’t matter if its ultrasound, CT, MR, brain perfusion PET– it runs everything.”

Recent agreements announced by Visage Imaging include the installation of their Visage CS thin client enterprise solution at the University of Chicago in Chicago, Ill. in November, as well as a recent contract with Australian diagnostic imaging service, Lake Imaging.