Numa, a molecular imaging connectivity and image management company, has signed an agreement with BioDose, a supplier of isotope tracking and management software, to develop an application to enhance the DICOM communications abilities of the BioDose system.
Under the agreement, the Amherst, N.H.-based Numa will develop an application for integration into the BioDose system. The BioDose DICOM worklist software will interface with a RIS or PACS and query the DICOM worklist provider. The results of the query include the list of patients that are scheduled for an exam, according to the companies.
The Las Vegas-based Biodose and Numa said the information will be used to populate the BioDose database with the patient demographics. The solution will enhance the department workflow by improving accuracy and reducing the time required for data entry.