Dicom Systems Announce Virtualization Feature for Software as a Service (SaaS)

Dicom Systems have revealed that they will be unveiling the latest addition to the DCMSYS product family at the upcoming 2010 Annual HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) Conference & Exhibition. This industry-driven conference is being held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA, between March 1-4.

The latest virtualization feature for Dicom System’s leading DICOM/HL7 router will allow users to setup HIPPA-compliant secure virtual routes on a physical DCMSYS device. It promises to significantly improve flexibility and IHE workflow ensuring interoperability within Teleradiology and allowing users to SaaS model on an entirely new scale. The feature has been achieved through using advanced routing technology, DICOM HL7 pre/post processing, statistic reports API module and dicom virtualization: all part of Dicom Systems’ DCMSYS ultimate router solution.

Storage can be separated either physically or logically – depending on the customer requirement – and will enable radiology IT personal to: operate out of a single DCMSYS device and manage the entire Enterprise radiology network; address interoperability issues when managing a multitude of clients; and run ASP dicom business. Radiologists will see considerable benefits as they will be able to use the DCMSYS router to pull or receive only the information they need – instead of having to sort through vast quantities of patient information.

This latest innovation will “virtually” separate DICOM and HL7 rules, configuration and storages, and will serve to further integrate the processes of their systems, allowing for ever better communication across healthcare enterprises with associated improved outcomes for patient care.

For more information, or to see a live demonstration of Dicom Systems’ product, visit them at booth 9135 on the HIMSS exhibit floor.

About HIMSS

The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) is a comprehensive healthcare-stakeholder membership organization exclusively focused on providing global leadership for the optimal use of information technology (IT) and management systems for the betterment of healthcare.

Founded in 1961, and with offices in Chicago, Washington D.C., Brussels, Singapore, and other locations across the United States, HIMSS represents more than 23,000 individual members, of which 73% work in patient care delivery settings. HIMSS also includes over 380 corporate members and nearly 30 not-for-profit organizations that share their mission of transforming healthcare through the effective use of information technology and management systems. HIMSS frames and leads healthcare public policy and industry practices through its educational, professional development, and advocacy initiatives designed to promote information and management systems’ contributions to ensuring quality patient care.

About Dicom Systems, Inc.

Dicom Systems offers a 100% secure web-based DICOM and HL7 routing and interface engine appliance for hospitals, clinics and diagnostic imaging centers. Their proprietary technology dramatically simplifies the client’s IT structure by applying industry-standard protocols, such as SNMP, SSL/TLS, DICOM and HL7, thus enabling users staggeringly quick and effective access to information regardless of their physical location within the enterprise. Trusted by top healthcare facilities, and providing the most effective integrated workflow in digital imaging, San Francisco-based Dicom Systems ensure that doctors, practitioners and diagnosticians have the most reliable and most immediate access to patient data from across their Healthcare Enterprises. Dicom Systems’ unique statistical gateway feature allows every level of user to benefit from historical graphs and statistics in order to manage their Teleradiology network.

In short: Dicom Systems’ unique technology can significantly simplify and improve your IT structures, and provide a highly efficient and cost-effective solution to enterprise communications.