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Enterprise Workflow Solutions Provider Announces New Options

By Medimaging International staff writers
Posted on 21 Jun 2016
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Image: New workflow options are available for the Compass Routing and Workflow Manager (Photo courtesy of Laurel Bridge Software).
Image: New workflow options are available for the Compass Routing and Workflow Manager (Photo courtesy of Laurel Bridge Software).
A software company that provides enterprise medical imaging workflow solutions has announced that it has added new workflow features for the company’s routing and workflow management system.

The company will also release a new enterprise version of the system in late summer 2016. The enterprise system will include a modular scalable architecture, and will support unrestricted Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) message types. The new features will allow healthcare providers to enhance interoperability between multiple Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) systems, clinical Information Technology (IT) environments and a Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA).

The new workflow capabilities of the Compass Routing and Workflow Manager, developed by Laurel Bridge Software (Newark, DE, USA) include routing of HL7 messages, integration of a dictation system, DICOM load distribution and balancing, and transport of non-DICOM files.

Laurel Bridge will present the enhancements at the annual meeting of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) in Portland, OR, USA between June 29, and July 1, 2016. The Compass system can be integrated with other Laurel Bridge software to retrieve and normalize imaging studies from different facilities, VNAs or PACS systems.

Mark Blair, CEO, Laurel Bridge Software, said, "The imaging workflow needs of healthcare providers are more complex than ever. We provide centralized, scalable solutions for ingesting, routing and retrieving all medical images across the clinical enterprise and the varied IT systems they encompass."

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