The Parks integrates well with a PACS. We currently send images and use the Modality Worklist functionality on our FloLabs. It can export data via XML and possibly a couple of other formats depending on what your PACS wanted to map. They do not currently support DICOM Vascular SR, but say they will be mid summer and all of their updates are free. DICOM SR will streamline the process for the PACS vendors mapping the data and we are really looking forward to it.
Randy Jasa BS, RVT
Harbin Clinic | Vascular Laboratory
550 Redmond Rd Rome, GA 30165
Phone 706.233.8510 Fax 706.233.8511
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From: UVM Flownet [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Randy Troyer
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Subject: Re: LE physio equip feedback
Another plus to the Unetixs system is its ability to link with a PACS system. We have been able to import not only the report pages from the Unetixs system but the actual numerical data into an electronic worksheet and final report with no manual entry. We are using the MedStreaming PACS and report generator to do this and have been extremely satisfied with its performance. I am not sure Parks or Hokanson does this. You would want to get confirmation from both your PACS and from Unetixs in writing that this can be done if data transfer is a priority for you prior to purchase.
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