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Sectra Showcases Enterprise Imaging Solutions to Improve Work-Life Balance for Radiologists

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 26 Nov 2023
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Image: The Sectra One enterprise imaging solution as a subscription is being highlighted at this year’s RSNA (Photo courtesy of Sectra)
Image: The Sectra One enterprise imaging solution as a subscription is being highlighted at this year’s RSNA (Photo courtesy of Sectra)

At this year's Radiological Society of North America's annual meeting (RSNA), international medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra, Inc. (Linköping, Sweden) is showcasing its latest developments in enterprise imaging to make workflows even more efficient, regardless of reading location. Increased productivity and workplace flexibility can help radiologists maintain work-life balance. In booth #8113, Sectra is showcasing its complete enterprise imaging portfolio comprised of imaging modules (radiology, cardiology, pathology, orthopedics, and ophthalmology), with its VNA and Best in KLAS PACS at its core—all delivered as a cloud service.

At Sectra's RSNA booth, attendees can experience the latest features of its diagnostic application, Sectra IDS7, which enhances visualization of current and prior studies, thereby increasing the productivity of radiologists. In order to bridge the gap between research and clinical application, Sectra is demonstrating Sectra One Research—a tailored Sectra PACS for research as well as tools for data anonymization, export, and import. The company is also highlighting its new SaaS solution, Sectra Forms, which helps users create, collaborate, and share templates, enabling structured reporting workflows. Sectra is also demonstrating how to bring AI to clinical practice with the seamless integration of AI applications into radiology workflows. The company’s Sectra Amplifier Services offers contracting, selected applications, upgrades, support, and an open approach to integration. Attendees can explore 30+ deeply integrated AI applications from various vendors that help reduce the burden on radiologists.

At RSNA 2023, Sectra is presenting Sectra One Cloud, an enterprise imaging service that increases efficiency for radiologists by providing faster access to the latest features and functionality while ensuring instant image access from any location. Also being showcased is Sectra's MSK toolbox which saves time while ensuring consistency with the latest additions—a LAT foot guide complemented with an AP guide, measurements for 3D ratio and curved distances, and more. Additionally, the company is presenting its recently released Sectra IMA which is designed to help orthopedists determine whether an implant is loose and needs revision. Attendees can also learn how to enhance education by providing a safe environment for radiology and other image-based medical training with the Sectra Education Portal. The solution boasts ready-to-use learning content, thousands of representations of clinical cases, and Sectra's complete diagnostic toolbox.

"Radiologists today face increasing workloads and the risk of burnout. While we may be unable to decrease the number of imaging studies or increase the number of radiologists, our technology can enhance workflow efficiency and improve work-life balance," said Marie Ekström Trägårdh, President of Sectra Imaging IT Solutions. "We recognize a need for enhanced productivity, regardless of reading location. We aim to address this and other important topics through discussions and live demos at this year's RSNA, with the goal of relieving some of radiologists' burdens."

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