NYC hospitals tap Barco for PACS display upgrade

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Barco is supplying more than 350 medical display systems to equip Continuum Health Partners’ two flagship hospitals with PACS image viewing technology.

When Continuum Health Partners decided to merge the PACS of their largest New York City hospitals, St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center and Beth Israel Medical Center, it focused on the creation of an enterprise-scale PACS. The health system opted for a single medical imaging platform with Barco displays integrated into diagnostic, mammography and clinical review workstations.

Continuum deployed MDRC-2120 monitors; Coronis Fusion 6MP DLs, 3MP and 5MP displays for breast imaging; and Barco’s MediCal QAWeb, an automated, online quality assurance and calibration system.