NovaRad scores wins in Canadian DI
AMERICAN FORK, Utah – Canadian
facilities have recently installed NovaRad PACS and RIS technologies to
help improve reading, workflow, patient scheduling and procedures
tracking. These facilities are:
• Baker Clinic in Edmonton – which has installed NovaPACS.
• AIM Medical Imaging in Vancouver, which has installed NovaPACS and
According to the company, factors behind the selection included the fast
installation timeframe and easy-to-use user interface. NovaRad
technologies can be installed and live, including training, in fewer
than four weeks.
Additionally, NovaRad provides the radiologist with a completely
mouse-driven viewer for “clean-screen” viewing with features including
advanced hanging protocols, Point ROI, measuring tools, customizable
menus, stat reads and e-sign.
“Our radiology systems are built by radiologists for radiologists to
help simplify reading, improve productivity and promote financial
efficiencies,” said Paul Shumway, NovaRad vice president. “It is
rewarding that these facilities found our systems to be the best
solution for them and we are pleased to continue our expansion
NovaPACS is NovaRad’s complete, turnkey PACS offering fast image
retrieval, full-feature viewer with intuitive interface, and 7-year
on-site archive with off site emergency back up. Full screen viewing,
easy to use menus and mouse-based functions are available to help
enhance efficiency, and referring physicians have complete access to
images and reports from any computer.
To complement NovaPACS, NovaRad offers NovaRIS. Developed on the same
platform as NovaPACS, NovaRIS generates reports, measures profitability
and facilitates paperless management of patient records.
About NovaRad Corporation
For more than a decade NovaRad,
www.novapacs.com, has provided a full range of affordable PACS, RIS,
CR and peripherals to hospitals, clinics and imaging centers. The
privately owned company based in American Fork, Utah currently has
installations of its products at more than 450 sites worldwide. NovaRad
offers a subscription-pricing model that combines the department’s image
load with the number of radiology workstations required to determine a
low up-front fee combined with a fixed recurring monthly fee.