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Sectra Highlights Brilliant Radiology Workflows at RSNA 2021

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 30 Nov 2021
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Image: Sectra VNA (Photo courtesy of Sectra, Inc.)
Image: Sectra VNA (Photo courtesy of Sectra, Inc.)

Sectra, Inc. (Linköping, Sweden) showcased its complete enterprise imaging offering and latest innovations for enhancing workflows to help tackle the growing workloads in radiology at RSNA 2021.

"Brilliant workflows. Made for you" was the key theme for Sectra at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2021 Annual Meeting. The company demonstrated its complete enterprise imaging offering with Sectra VNA and our Best-in-KLAS PACS for radiology, pathology, and cardiology at its core. Attendees experienced the company’s high-performance, rich diagnostic application and all the time-saving tools needed to create brilliant workflows and optimize reading and reporting.

The radiology community has taken one of its biggest hits in history with the COVID-19 pandemic. Radiology professionals are not only under pressure to manage the massive post-pandemic imaging backlog—they also need to adapt to advancements in cancer care that are resulting in higher imaging volumes and increased complexity. To successfully handle this predicament, they must be equipped with the proper and most efficient IT tools to accomplish more in less time.

Visitors to Sectra's booth at RSNA experienced the company’s high-performance, rich diagnostic application and the plethora of accessible and easy-to-use tools that help create brilliant workflows and optimize radiology reading and reporting. The company displayed the all new Sectra Keypad - designed in close collaboration with breast radiologists – that empowers users to be more efficient during mammography screening reading and beyond. Its ergonomic design reduces fatigue while easily reconfigurable keys provide access to the right tools at the right time. Visitors also learnt about Sectra One and how enterprise imaging as a subscription makes it easier for providers to scale from ology to ology and from enterprise to enterprise, adopt new innovations, and manage growing imaging volumes.

Sectra demonstrated the many benefits of cloud-based enterprise imaging - fully managed, secure, and high-performing enterprise imaging as a cloud service - built on the company’s experience from cloud delivery to large and small enterprises and designed for health providers' current and future imaging needs. The company also demonstrated how the Sectra Amplifier Marketplace enables easier, faster, and more secure AI application deployment in radiology, breast imaging, and pathology. Visitors to Sectra’s AI showcase area got to know the latest additions of Amplifier Partners in the continuously expanding AI marketplace.

The company demonstrated how easy it is to add content using iOS and Android compatible mobile devices and the Sectra Upload & Store App, utilizing one enterprise platform to store and access medical images, videos, and documents from anywhere in the enterprise. Visitors to Sectra's booth at RSNA learnt what has been done to increase access to information, images, and videos in the universal viewer, Sectra UniView, by adding worklist support. Sectra's on-site specialists were also present at the booth to teach visitors how to integrate the viewer within the EMR.

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