DR Systems has a proven track record of successful implementations under the most challenging of installation requirements with stable, reliable post-implementation operations. DR Systems Unity RIS/PACS is an enterprise solution for Radiology, Mammography, Cardiology, and Pathology with Web-launch image/report access capabilities from any EMR workstation in your enterprise. DR Systems Unity RIS/PAC integrates more features and functions that go beyond conventional RIS or PACS offerings.
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DR Systems offers health systems flexibility:
- WebLaunch for EMR Integration
- Smart Client and Thin Client Solutions
- Turnkey and software solutions
- Support of industry standards— IHE, DICOM, HL7, CCOW
- Off-site data back-up and immediate failover
- Maintain PACS operation even if HIS or network is down
- Disaster recovery, backup and business continuance solutions
- Established interfaces with no required brokers
- User security and tracking
- One comprehensive service agreement that covers software updates and upgrades
- Output to billing systems or services
- Remote and system monitoring
- Virus protection solutions
- RIS replication
- Clustered main and web servers
- Dedicated test system
DR Systems has extensive experience with single sign-on and auto launch interfaces to other HIS and RIS. DR Systems has developed interfaces to Cerner, Eclipsys, GE ProgRIS, IDX, iKnowMed, McKesson/HBOC, Mantis, MEDITECH, Per-Se, Siemens, RIS Logic, Vital Works, WebMD and more.
Proof of Success: DR Systems customers have been named among nation's 'Most Wired'. Leading health systems that utilize a DR Systems PACS are among the nation's "most wired hospitals," reported by Hospitals & Health Networks, the official publication of the American Hospital Association. On the magazine's list of the "Most Wired Hospitals and Health Systems" are Bridgeport Hospital (Bridgeport, Conn.); Crozer-Keystone Health System (Springfield, Pa.); Jewish Hospital (Louisville, Ky.); St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center (Boise, Idaho); and Scripps Health (San Diego, Calif.). All five use DR Systems' PACS technology. Another DR Systems site, George Washington University Hospital (Washington, DC) was on the magazine's technologically "most improved." Beaufort Memorial Hospital (Beaufort, S.C), also a DR Systems site, was honored among the "most wired small and rural" hospitals.