Typically in legacy systems, the PACS admin function is hidden deep in some "Admin" page tree - or even requires a command line request. In the Lifesys™ software, everything is completely configurable and new features can be easily surfaced to any required user, with access directly from the worklist page. This is true for the new feature below.
Topics: New Feature
The American College of Radiology (ACR) does not have a specific “medical-grade” requirement for monitors. The term is only used as guidance. In its Technical Standard for Electronic Practice of Medical Imaging Paper, ACR states that “practice parameters and technical standards are not inflexible rules of requirements of practice, and are not intended, nor should they be used, to establish a...
Nice nod for Lifetrack Medical Systems from e27 News in their article yesteday entitled "12 medtech startups you should know if you're in Asia." See the article for the complete list.
Topics: In the News
Two issues handicap thousands of hospitals and clinics in emerging markets: the shortage of radiologists and the scarcity of technology that better utilizes existing radiologists.
In emerging markets, the ability to move to a full digital imaging department has been held back by the high cost of digital equipment and PACS systems.. Over the last five (5) years however, the cost of film has risen, and the cost of digital equipment has significantly decreased. Recently, the cost of PACS systems has also somewhat declined as existing legacy 2nd Generation PACS vendors have...
In 2016, Lifetrack announced and released LifeSysTM Ultra Premium RIS/PACS, the first 4th generation system designed to truly empower deployment of affordable, efficient, and high-quality distributed radiology in emerging markets.