Enterprise Imaging

IntelliSpace PACS iSyntax Technology

Image management

Product number:

NOCTN77

Current medical imaging systems attempt to deliver massive amounts of data to expensive workstations in a "brute force" approach. In contrast, iSyntax delivers images on demand, giving users rapid access to the imaging data they need.

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Features
Just-in-Time Delivery

Just-in-Time Delivery for rapid access on your own network

iSyntax gives you faster access to the images you need. It is based on mathematical representations of images called wavelets, which enable on-demand delivery of image data. iSyntax delivers full-fidelity medical images over existing hospital networks, making large infrastructure upgrades unnecessary.
Paperless worklist

Paperless worklist for direct information delivery

Workflow management in radiology is still largely based on moving around bits of paper. In contrast, Philips paperless worklist interfaces with your pre-existing RIS/HIS systems, and provides the appropriate workflow information directly to radiologists, techs, referring physicians, and critical care areas.
Single database

Single database for enhanced data delivery

To deliver the truly integrated data necessary in a clinical setting, IntelliSpace PACS 4.4 uses a single database. This reduces the need for archaic pre-fetching and auto-routing algorithms. Synchronizing PACS and RIS databases no longer requires extra effort. IntelliSpace PACS delivers on the promise of "images and appropriate information anytime, anywhere*."
Patient ID management

Patient ID management for a complete patient profile

Philips iSyntax has a unique workflow model that efficiently manages multiple patient IDs for a single patient within an integrated health system with multiple RIS/HIS systems. This helps you keep track of all the information about a patient, across multiple departments and hospitals.