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Putting Innovation Within Reach

Putting Innovation Within Reach How the Cloud Changes Everything In the past few months, artificial intelligence in diagnostic imaging has generated a lot of buzz, much of which includes the word "revolutionary."  But chances are, AI isn't on your radar as a practical consideration, and it won't be for quite a while.  It's too [...]

Why Studycast Cloud-Based PACS?

The “Cloud” ... … an elusive entity that defies explanation or description. Need to share something? Save something? Edit something later? No worries, just “put it in the cloud”. Without understanding it, we all effortlessly utilize cloud-based applications on a daily basis. Documents, photos, spreadsheets, financial accounts and more. Secure? Safe? Easy? Absolutely. You [...]

New ASE Guidelines for Evaluating Valve Regurgitation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New ASE Guidelines for Evaluating Valve Regurgitation – An Integrative Approach Morrisville, NC – Valvular regurgitation is a prevalent cardiac disorder in which one or more of the heart’s valves “leak,” often leading to extra burdens on the heart muscle and requiring treatment. While it is difficult to estimate the exact [...]

Studycast® Advisor™ – Simplifying Ultrasound Reporting – Putting Guidelines at your Fingertips

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Raleigh, NC – Studycast by Core Sound Imaging announces the release of Studycast Advisor. A few short weeks ago, the American Society of Echocardiography (ASE) released their Recommendations for Noninvasive Evaluation of Native Valvular Regurgitation: A Report from the American Society of Echocardiography Developed in Collaboration with the Society for Cardiovascular [...]

Studycast Exhibits at 19th Annual Canadian Echo Symposium 2017

Core Sound Imaging was a Bronze Sponsor at the 19th Annual Canadian Echo Weekend Educational Symposium in Toronto, April 20-22, 2017.    This exciting educational conference gave us the chance to showcase the Studycast solution, and how a vendor-neutral, cloud-based picture archiving communication system improves the efficiency of any facility’s medical imaging workflow.   [...]

Studycast Exhibits at International Vein Conference 2017

  For 15 years, the International Vein Congress has been the ultimate vehicle for the delivery of vascular surgery clinical updates, treatment breakthroughs, industry debates, and current opinion discussions. The 2017 Congress took place in Miami Beach, FL, April 20-22, 2017, and Core Sound Imaging was there to exhibit the Studycast cloud PACS software [...]

The Top 5 Benefits of a PACS

5 Benefits of a Picture Archiving and Communication System The Picture Archiving and Communication System, also known as the PACS has literally changed the game for healthcare organizations today. It is invaluable tool that allows physicians to easily and quickly share medical imaging reports electronically, and has become the standard system in place at [...]

What is HIPAA Complaint Cloud Storage?

HIPAA Complaint Cloud Storage HIPAA compliant cloud storage basically has to meet the requirements set by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. It basically ensures the safety of healthcare patients in regards to their data that is stored on different servers that can be accessed from the internet. The HIPAA basically [...]

The Top 3 Benefits of Radiology PACS

The Top 3 Benefits of a PACS in Radiology There are numerous benefits of a PACS in radiology, but below are the top 3: Improved Management of Patient Data With PACS, radiologists have been able to store, retrieve, and manage patient radiology reports in a more organized manner. Because PACS allows images and reports [...]

Picture Archiving and Communication Systems

PACS Imaging and Reporting System A Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) is a computer operating system that is used in medical imaging. The purpose of this system is to help capture, store, distribute, and display images in hospitals. This system transfers electronic images and reports, offering superior convenience. The PACS was designed to [...]