What is Picom365 Cloud Enterprise Imaging Solution for Cardiology PACS?

Picom365 Cloud Enterprise Imaging Solution for Cardiology PACS is a cloud-based platform that provides healthcare organizations with an easy and efficient way to manage medical images, non image data and to create intelligent structured reports. The platform is highly specialized for cardiology departments support from all diagnostic procedures to invasive procedures, making it the ideal […]

Introduction to PACS in Cardiology

Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) have revolutionized the way cardiologists and other medical professionals view and share medical images. PACS technology allows for the storage, retrieval, and distribution of digital images, such as x-rays, MRIs, and CT scans, in a secure and efficient manner. This article will discuss the benefits of PACS in cardiology, […]

ScImage and Canon Ink Partnership Deal

ScImage proudly announces a strategic partnership with Canon Medical Systems, USA. “With a shared vision and perfectly complementary products, we are excited to have the opportunity to drive the future direction of Cardiology and beyond,” stated Dr. Raya. “It is an ideal partnership because we both have a customer-centric focus, decades of experience and knowledge […]

ScImage Showcases the Power of Connection at RSNA

Experience the power of PICOM365’s proven Cloud-native Image Management System.  From enterprise imaging to secure data exchange to expert integrations, PICOM365 offers you flexible options and architectures for your imaging workflows! Highlighting the Power of Connection, we invite you to visit us at booth 3117 to learn more about: ScImage partnership with Canon Medical Systems, […]

ScImage Successfully Completes Its SOC 2 Type 1 Report

ScImage is happy to announce we have successfully completed our SOC 2 Type 1 report.  SOC 2 Type 1 report for PICOM365 Cloud Enterprise Imaging Services system allows ScImage to demonstrate that we are successfully merging the wealth of security and monitoring features built into the MS Azure platform with our own specific controls and […]

PICOM365 + DiA Automation = Improved Clinical Outcomes

Efficiency is key in assuring staff productivity and satisfaction, and specialized post-processing techniques utilizing AI can significantly improve the consistency, quality and workflow of Strain in Echocardiology. ScImage’s PICOM365 Comprehensive Cardiology Image Management System provides state of the art technologies, both inherent in our Cloud-centric solution and with “best of breed” specialty-specific software. Patient care […]

Anywhere? Beware!

Moving imaging to the Cloud is a consideration for the majority of hospital and private practice Cardiology operations these days, driven by claims of cost-savings, convenience and accessibility. Most PACS vendors are making declarations that they have a cloud solution, when in reality they’re offering a hosted alternative. Now is the perfect time to start […]

PICOM365: Efficiency in Action with Automation, Alerts & Analytics

Data, Data, Data… Nowhere is there more data to be managed than in Cardiology, where the entangling of multiple imaging disciplines produces a maze of clinical data. Analytics seems to be a buzzword with a focus on managing and monitoring for the money counters. But does an automated analytics platform with built-in alerts that supports […]

Your Imaging Data: Who Needs It?

How many times a day does someone need the imaging data your practice generates? Patients, referring physicians, surgeons, billing, management, regulatory agencies and, maybe most importantly, YOU! Why does data access need to be so difficult? Why are there so many places to go to find data, and how frustrating is it when you can’t […]

Can a Highway Save Lives?

If the right vision, a flexible architecture and fearless partners join forces… ABSOLUTELY. In 1997, a large St. Louis-area IDN had a vision to provide remote telestroke reads to rural areas across Missouri prior to transporting patients to their Level 1 Trauma Center.  What has become Missouri’s Acute Image Transfer Network (AITN) started with 10 […]