It's better on the server-side.
Simply differentiated, Visage 7 offers Fast. Powerful. Enterprise Imaging. In imaging, speed is an enabler that cannot be underestimated. Without speed, you can’t, with speed, you can. That’s why Visage 7 is designed to be incredibly fast. Powerful? Visage 7 likely offers more clinical capabilities in a single native viewer than your PACS viewer provides today. Lastly, the viewer has to scale to your Enterprise Imaging needs. Let’s explore Visage 7 together.
Speed is critically important. Whether users connect via the LAN or WAN, Visage 7 performance is largely equivalent due to server-side processing. This is made possible due to thin-client, intelligent streaming, which does not require the full movement of DICOM payloads. A technically elegant solution, the full DICOM payload never leaves the Visage 7 server and only the necessary image pixels are streamed to requesting client devices. For example, performance is nearly comparable across any modality type, whether the study is a 2-3 image CR, or a 4-6,000 image Cardiac CTA. On the server-side, performance is incredibly fast.
There are lots of basic imaging viewers available but there’s only one Visage 7. Visage 7 delivers user-customizable, multi-display, protocol-driven interpretation and referring physician access to all diagnostic imaging modalities (CR/DR, US, NM, CT, MR, PET/CT, FFDM). Visage 7 enables interpretation for digital mammography (e.g., FDA 510K and IHE Mammography Image Profile) and PET/CT, as well as advanced visualization modules for neurology, oncology, cardiology and vessel analysis.
Visage 7 provides a more natural radiologist reading workflow, delivering protocol-driven, server-side rendered 2D views, plus MIP/MPR/Volume Rendering and advanced visualization, on a single desktop, including auto-creation of coronal and sagittal views from the original axial slices. No third-party tools or applications are required, as Visage 7 is a single code base. And because Visage 7 offers a powerful viewer for all users, referring physicians can benefit from a customized experience that is matched to their level of sophistication.
Speed and power are essential ingredients, but you also need a viewer that is enterprise-class. Visage 7 has a neutral design, optimized to co-exist and integrate with existing infrastructure (e.g., RIS, PACS, EMR, VNA, VR, Portals, HIE) or provide complete PACS capability. Flexibility enhances the Visage 7 experience with: a common viewer; user customization; client choice (Windows (PC) and Apple OS X (Mac)); minimal one-time client application download with auto-update; and no onerous download restrictions (e.g., no Java, Silverlight, Flash or ActiveX; no administrative rights; no browser restrictions). Visage 7’s reach also includes mobile, with Visage Ease*, offering the convenience of on-the-go access via iOS devices (iPad, iPhone). Visage Ease is a free download from the Apple App Store, and does not require any additional servers, as all users on the LAN, WAN and mobile are served by the same common server infrastructure. Visage 7 also has the sophistication of enterprise-class IT systems, to include virtual machine support; end user management via Active Directory, IWA and/or LDAP; as well as the foundation for robust security, availability and enterprise scale.
*Note: Visage Ease is not a medical device and must not be used for diagnosis.
Universal ViewerOne thin client application for reading everything from plain film to cardiac CT.
Native Thin Slice and 3D ProcessingSeamlessly integrated multi-planar reformatting, volume rendering, and volumetric analysis.
Advanced Clinical ApplicationsCT/MR angiography, cardiac CT, neuroradiology, oncology, and many more.
Distributed Workflow and ArchvingInstant, unified remote access to multiple locations without replicating data.
Native Windows and Mac ClientWindows and Mac users seamlessly integrated into a single workflow and IT platform.
Scalability Made EasyThe fully scalable distributed thin client architecture makes it easy to add more modalities, users, and locations.