SpongePACS
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Handles DICOM medical CDs.   Demo ($499.00)
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SpongePACS was designed to handle the diagnostic image CDs, otherwise known as DICOM CDs, that medical offices receive from outside facilities. As most offices have begun to realize, the use of these DICOM CDs is becoming more prevalent. Even though the images can be viewed, the ability to manage the images and CDs is difficult at best. We have designed a system that will work with any practice, large or small, to handle digital images that are brought into the office. No more storage rooms, searching for CD's or attempts to manually manage files and folders. We have developed a FileMaker based,
What's New
Version 1.1: Minor bug fixes.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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Downloads:2,100
Version Downloads:1,978
Type:Business : Vertical Markets
License:Demo
Date:06 Mar 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $499.00
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SpongePACS was designed to handle the diagnostic image CDs, otherwise known as DICOM CDs, that medical offices receive from outside facilities. As most offices have begun to realize, the use of these DICOM CDs is becoming more prevalent. Even though the images can be viewed, the ability to manage the images and CDs is difficult at best. We have designed a system that will work with any practice, large or small, to handle digital images that are brought into the office. No more storage rooms, searching for CD's or attempts to manually manage files and folders. We have developed a FileMaker based, database solution to import the images and store them in a logical manner in a Digital Archive. Other images can be 'soaked' or imported into the system, including, jpg, png, tif, bmp, pdf, mpg, and mov files. Therefore, digital camera photos, scanned images, and other image types can also be stored for the patient.


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