Image Digitization Systems
Definition : Systems that use computing devices (e.g., computers, monitors, digital storage units) to display, process, and store digital data usually obtained through an analog-to-digital converter from a TV camera or from a charge-coupled device (CCD). These systems are capable of processing the image data for hard-copy printing on a laser imager, archiving the digitized image (e.g., on an optical disk), and/or coupling to a hospital picture archiving and communication system (PACS) network. Digital imaging systems are frequently used to add digital capabilities (upgrade) to existing imaging systems (e.g., film radiographic or fluoroscopic units and systems).
Entry Terms : "Digital Imaging Systems" , "Diagnostic Image Digitization Systems" , "Imaging Digital Systems"
UMDC code : 18369
Caliber Imaging and Diagnostics Inc.
Caliber I.D. offers an integrated platform of tools and technology for confident diagnosis of specific cells quickly and routinely. With precise accuracy, consistent reliability and online backup, Caliber I.D.'s tools lead to life-saving early diagnoses and increased productivity in the doctor’s office, surgeon’s O.R. or research lab.
GE Healthcare IT Solutions
GE Healthcare offers financial & administrative, clinical and service IT solutions that serve a broad range of organizations from small physician practices to large hospital systems.
Integrated Document Solutions Inc
We offer a variety of innovative applications that help providers address the critical issues of divergent workflows, improve operational procedures, maintain regulatory compliance, and provide efficiencies over labor-intensive processes.