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Cozad Community Hospital Selects Novarad for PACS

Cozad Community Hospital Selects Novarad for PACS

COZAD, NEB. – Novarad Corporation, a leader in the development of medical imaging software, has recently entered into contract with Cozad Community Hospital of Cozad, Neb. for PACS. The healthcare system chose to go with Novarad for greater convenience and improved pricing. Cozad Community Hospital is a full-service hospital committed to providing the best possible […]

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AlertView™ App for Imaging Report Review

SALT LAKE CITY—March 1, 2018—Novarad Corporation, a leader in the development of medical imaging software, created the mobile application, AlertView™, to accelerate healthcare by notifying physicians via text message that reports and findings are ready for review. “I see it as a win-win for facilities, physicians and patients,” said Phyllis Redd, Imaging Director with Jackson […]

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SnapView™ App for Secure Image Capture from iOS Devices

SALT LAKE CITY—March 1, 2018—Novarad Corporation, a leader in the development of medical imaging software, created the mobile application, SnapView™, which allows personnel to use supported iOS devices to capture images without leaving behind any PHI. “The Bring-Your-Own-Device movement has been beneficial for the healthcare industry, no doubt,” said Fred Trovato, Executive Vice President of […]

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California medical group chooses Novarad PACS/RIS

ARCADIA, Calif. (August 29, 2017) – Novarad Corporation, a leader in the development of medical imaging software, has recently entered into contract with Diagnostic Medical Group of Arcadia, California. Novarad will provide PACS and RIS software as part of an effort to upgrade the facility’s imaging capabilities. “We are excited to work with such an […]

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Did You Know? Create an Advanced Worklist

Did you know that users can create an advanced worklist? Follow these steps… Select the blank or empty tab to the right of the Search worklist. Select New and the Advanced Worklist options window will expand. Create a name for the Worklist by typic it into the Worklist Name Field. Select the preferred criteria in each search field using the […]

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Women’s Imaging… What’s Best?

Back in January, I read an article titled The year ahead in radiology: 9 trends to watch in 2016. One of the highlights was “Breast screening debate will continue to rage.” Well, here we are, two months away from 2017, and this was definitely an accurate statement. The most obvious part of it: when women should start […]

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Did You Know? Contact Support from the Study Browser Help Menu

The Contact Support option allows users to submit general questions to Novarad’s Technical Support. To use the Contact Support option, complete the following steps: Click the Help menu on the Study Browser’s main toolbar, and select Contact Support. A Contact NovaPACS Technical Support dialog box will open. Enter the following information in the message window: Name […]

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Novarad and Nuance Custom Powerscribe 360 Integration

The majority of Novarad’s resources go into developing our products and as part of that, we’re always looking for things we can do to make your software work more for you. One of our most recent accomplishments is a special custom integration with Nuance’s Powerscribe 360 Dictation Software and NovaPACS. In collaboration with Nuance, we […]

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Did You Know? New NovaPACS Label Option “Image Index”

There are times when users are working with images in the Image Viewer and they need to know which particular image they are viewing. The Image Number label displays the image number supplied in the DICOM file, which may not always be consistent or clear. To give users a better frame of reference, there is […]

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Why Dose Management?

Is your patient radiation dose management in place? If it isn’t, you could be setting yourself up for a serious game of catch-up. The Joint Commission’s (TJC) decision in 2014 to regulate radiation dose management  is now a national discussion. Radiation exposure to the average American has increased by three times what it was in […]

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