Digisonics OB Customers Update Ultrasound Reporting Systems


HOUSTON - Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora, Ill., Harris County Hospital District in Houston, Texas, and Trinity Hospital in Chicago, Ill., all updated their Digisonics OB Ultrasound Reporting Systems for improved workflow efficiency.

Rush Copley Medical Center and Harris County Hospital District expanded their OB-Windows OB ultrasound reporting systems with additional software licenses. More clinical users will now have access to the OB-Windows system for structured reporting of their OB ultrasound studies and fetal growth analysis.

Harris County Hospital District and Trinity Hospital added OBLink interfaces to streamline connectivity between the Digisonics OB ultrasound structured reporting system and incumbent systems, improving their facility's overall clinical workflow. OBLinks will autopopulate patient demographics and measurements from Philips and GE ultrasound machines directly into the Digisonics OB ultrasound structured report, saving valuable data entry time and eliminating possible input errors.

About Digisonics, Inc.

The OB-View Image Management and Reporting System combines high-performance image analysis, PACS image archive, integrated clinical database, comprehensive fetal growth analysis and automated growth curves, and professional, concise reporting into one complete system. An additional OBLink interface provides auto population of reports with patient demographics and measurements, saving data entry time and eliminating entry errors. Users will also have fully functional web-based access to their OB/GYN studies for image review and report editing via OB-View Net.

For further information, please contact:

Digisonics

James Devlin

Vice President of Strategic Planning

3701 Kirby Drive, Houston, TX 77098

Tel: 800-940-3240

jdevlin@digison.net

www.digisonics.com

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