Viztek LLC

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Viztek is a leading provider of complete software and hardware imaging solutions, backed by comprehensive training and support for the hospital and private practice markets. Viztek provides web-based PACS, RIS, and EHR, delivering advanced connectivity and functionality. The software solutions are complimented by Viztek’s comprehensive line of DR solutions, with DR panels that come in multiple configurations ranging from retrofit packages to complete new radiology rooms and mobile solutions.

Viztek LLC

 •  July 27, 2016

WAYNE, NJ–(July 27, 2016) – Konica Minolta announced today the release of its most advanced X-ray Digital Radiography (DR) system. Combining the unique built-from-the-ground-up design along with the fast and advanced Ultra image processing software, the system offers unprecedented workflow, clinical, patient convenience and satisfaction benefits....

Viztek LLC

 •  July 15, 2016

Not every patient is equally well-informed about the potential risks and relative benefits of medical imaging. This knowledge gap can create apprehension about the process. However, according to data compiled by the Journal of Primary Care and Community Health, physicians should take the opportunity to get better insight into patient fears, and...

Viztek LLC

 •  June 22, 2016

As healthcare takes steps toward the Affordable Care Act’s mandate for patient centricity, information technology also has some ground to traverse. Take PACS, for instance. Technology developed as a departmental workflow tool must transition to a system that contributes to a holistic view of a specific patient rather than supporting the...

Viztek LLC

 •  June 17, 2016

The spread of teleradiology can be tied directly to two complementary factors: the increased patient demand for fast and accurate diagnostic services, and the relatively fixed supply of physicians capable of delivering those services. Teleradiology, via the electronic transmission of digitized images, allows each of those doctors to maximize the...

Viztek LLC

 •  June 9, 2016

One of the primary issues facing the medical imaging industry is access. Sharing studies between physicians in different locations has traditionally been difficult, since historically they have required physical proximity. With the rise of teleradiology, however, one of the primary hurdles – distance – to this kind of collaboration has been knocked...

Viztek LLC

 •  June 8, 2016

Konica Minolta announced today the publication of a technical paper to help orthopedic practices transition from Computed Radiography (CR) to Digital Radiography (DR) in light of expected reimbursement penalties for CR users over the next several years. The federal Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016, or the Omnibus Bill, includes a number of...

Viztek LLC

 •  June 6, 2016

A study published last month in the Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences suggests Twitter may improve magnetic resonance imaging, reported Elsevier Health Sciences. Johnathan Hewis, a researcher at Charles Sturt University in Australia, reviewed over 400 MRI-related tweets from patients or individuals whose friends and family members...

Viztek LLC

 •  June 3, 2016

According to a new study in the journal American Radiology, educational simulation portals are an effective method for improving medical student test scores, and could even have utility at the undergraduate level. The research, detailed in Health Imaging, explains that while advancements in radiology have increasingly made it a staple of diagnostic...

Viztek LLC

 •  May 31, 2016

WAYNE, NJ–( May 31, 2016) – Konica Minolta announced today that the company has received the Platinum Supplier award from Vizient (formerly MedAssets), the largest Group Purchasing Organization (GPO) in the country. Presented during the 16th annual Healthcare Business Summit held in late April in Las Vegas, the award was given to just five percent...

Viztek LLC

 •  May 27, 2016

New scholarship out of England is attempting to address issues plaguing the peer-review process in radiology. Dr. N.H. Strickland, a radiologist at Hammersmith College in London, authored the piece, which was published in the November issue of "Clinical Radiology." Addressing Peer-Review Reluctance According to Strickland, medical-imaging...