Studycast was featured in a recent article in the Heart journal published by the British Cardiovascular Society. The article summarized a research study lead by Evangelista A, Galuppo V, Méndez J, et al. that focused on "the usefulness of hand-held cardiac ultrasound performed by family doctors in primary care, with web-based remote expert support interpretation, [...]
A new study from the Journal of the American College of Radiology says that medical imaging improves patient care and decision making for physicians.
Cloud PACS have made it easier and more cost-effective for radiologists to gain better image access. They are ideal for practices looking for a new radiology workflow solution that has a low cost-of-entry.
A recent New York Times article was written about the increasing costs and usage of echocardiograms in the United States. The piece questioned why the same patient getting an outpatient echocardiogram at two different hospitals would have a large discrepancy in cost billed. The article also references the diminished size and increased portability of echocardiograms.
A new study shows that brain changes associated with vascular disease can be detected via neuroimaging tests—even before a patient presents with symptoms or signs of cardiovascular or cerebrovascular disease. This has positive implications for the prevention, identification, and advancement of vascular disease in patients.
With software using a PACS, previous results are available to doctors and patients immediately.
Studycast® echo cloud PACS can help support your cardiology department or practice.
As mobile ultrasound technologies grow, they are becoming more frequently used in the office and on-the-go. These portable ultrasound devices are now starting to be used by emergency medical professionals to determine life-threatening injuries before victims are taken to the hospitals.
Finding a urology reporting software to capture data on the cancers diagnosed and treated within your practice is a valuable asset.
Endocrinology reporting software makes critical data securely and instantly accessible with any Internet connection.