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Kodak also introduced a new entry-level WINDOWS solution that bundles a PACS workstation with a storage server and with KODAK computed radiography systems. This combination offers an affordable digital imaging solution ideal for imaging centers, clinics or smaller hospitals. This solution--now available worldwide--is scaleable and can be easily upgraded to a more fully featured PACS as a facility's needs change.
Newest PACS Software Supports User Tools at Any Workstation
New works-in-progress features for KODAK CARESTREAM PACS include:
* CARESTREAM user-centric architecture that will support individual preferences, such as display protocols, menus and tools, from any workstation at any location inside or outside the institution. This will provide vastly improved flexibility for users who no longer need to use a specific workstation at a designated location to access tools required to perform desired tasks. It will also be more cost-effective, since institutions will have floating licenses that are tied to user needs and not restricted to an individual workstation.
* Automated installation and software updates via the Internet for a more efficient thin client environment.
* Enhancements to Kodak's native real-time 3D capabilities with more interactive MPR functionality, more detailed reporting from automated vessel analysis and minimum intensity projection.
* New cardiac CT functions including calcium scoring, automated heart axis detection and rib cage removal, and coronary analysis tools and reporting.