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iQ-WEBX 6.4.5 Officially Released

We are pleased to announce that a brand-new version of iQ-WEBX (version 6.4.5) is now available. iQ-WEBX is our complete solution for storing, viewing, and distributing medical imaging studies and reports. The latest version has been infused with many features that both users and administrators will find very helpful.


What’s new in iQ-WEBX 6.4.5?

  • Integration of iQ-4VIEW - our diagnostic zero-footprint viewer for any client
  • Complete 64-bit architecture
    • The iQ-WEB core and all web components are now 64-bit applications for high-volume scalability
  • Emergency management with priority routing
    • Deliver new patient studies to emergency stations first using the new priority control of the automatic routing.
  • Increased synchronization speed
    • Server synchronization jobs now allow multiple, simultaneous associations to a remote node. This way, less time is spent on synchronizing local or remote archives.
  • Breast tomosynthesis support
  • Web-based DICOM MPEG video management (by request)


Learn more about our new iQ-WEBX 6.4.5 in the product brochure or download the latest version from our Download Center.
Please note that all iQ-WEBX users with a valid Annual Service Package can upgrade to the new version free of charge.

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26 April 2016
 
iQ-ROBOT 3.0 - The Burning Sensation

We are proud to announce that iQ-ROBOT - our burning and labeling software for patient media – is now available in its brand-new 3.0 release version.

iQ-ROBOT now supports both PRIMERA™ and EPSON® robot devices, even simultaneously, in order to balance the workload of several robots or save service costs.

Feature highlights include:

  • Jobs can be prioritized (PRO and PREMIUM) for emergency cases
  • Blu-ray support
  • Immediate email notifications (device errors/warnings) to prevent inconveniences (e.g. empty disc bin, jammed discs, (almost) empty cartridges)
  • Full-featured label editor with enhanced usability and preview mode
  • Easy label customization including background graphics
  • Supports any Latin and non-Latin languages for patient information (patient name, study description, etc…) in project overview and media labeling
  • iQ-ROBOT profiles can burn patient CD/DVDs in various languages (e.g. on AET ROBOTGER for German media, on AET ROBOTEN for English media, etc.)
  • Automatic backup functionality (PREMIUM)


Any portable DICOM viewer may be included on the patient media for flexible viewing of the studies later on. iQ-LITE – our portable DICOM viewer – is included free of charge.

Find out more about iQ-ROBOT 3.0 in the corresponding product brochure or request your free trial version here.

iQ-ROBOT 3.0 Brochure

23 September 2015
 
IIS achieves VistA Imaging HL7 and DICOM compliance validation with iQ-SYSTEMS PACS

IMAGE Information Systems' iQ-SYSTEMS PACS has achieved the latest HL7 and DICOM compliance validation for VistA Imaging, a division of the Veterans Health Administration which handles all imaging needs inside of select US government facilities throughout the United States and its US territories. This includes the Veterans Affairs Administration (VA) and Indian Reservations (IHS).

This recent 2015 validation allows IMAGE Information Systems iQ-SYSTEMS PACS solutions to be distinguished and placed on an internal approval list for purchases by US government controlled facilities and provides IMAGE with an edge for capturing imaging projects within these facilities. A specialized interface was also developed by IMAGE that is compatible with VistA's RPMS solution. This allows our products to work seamlessly within the VistA workflow and has been well received by those who use it.





25 February 2015
 
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