pStation PACS ( Picture Archiving and Communication System ) is a medical imaging technology used for storing, retrieving, presenting, and sharing images produced by various medical hardware modalities, such as X-ray, ECG ,OPG, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound , nuclear medicine, positron emission tomography (PET) and digital mammography.
PACS transforms and improves imaging workflow in a healthcare enterprise and helps the enterprise go filmless enhancing its digital healthcare initiatives. Station Multi-platform Multi-OS PACS fulfills all the requirements needed for filmless practice as well as remote reporting (Teleradiology).
pStation PACS has three editions catering to the needs of all levels of the healthcare industry. pStation PACS has garnered praise for its optimal cost, Easy deployability, resource-efficient medical image viewer, easy and intuitive to use and providing advanced imaging tools for medical professionals.
WHY CHOOSE US
- Optimized for minimum hardware resources
- Supports both Windows and Linux
- No per-user licensing restriction
- Easy-to-use user interface
- High-quality images
- On-demand retrieval of images from archive-based system
- Integration with EMR of your HIS
- An Indigenous solution, leading to faster feature addition and easy management.
- Assured Return On Investment
pStation Archive Profile
Robust, resilient, resource efficient image archive and image manager that can be deployed on Windows or Linux. Available in four variants Core, Image Manager, VNA and Cloud – with capabilities ranging from image storage and distribution only to a fully-fledged Vendor Neutral Archive.
pStation Viewer Profiles
pStation PACS is available in three profiles Basic, Standard, and Advanced — with features ranging from X-ray-only viewing to advanced tools like Multiplanar Reconstruction. Desktop versions run on Windows, Linux, and macOS. The mobile version supports Android and iOS. Webversion supports HTML5-compliant browsers. Advanced profile is available only on desktop.