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13 July 1998 Development and evaluation of HIS-RIS-modality-PACS coupling: remote operation of PACS display terminal from HIS terminal in outpatient clinics
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Purpose: To evaluate the clinical acceptability of personal computer (PC)-based PACS in daily practice of HIS-RIS- Modality-PACS coupling. Materials And Methods: We are developing a hospital-wide PC-based PACS which uses HIS/RIS network. PACS servers are connecting to HIS-RIS network and store images on hard disks and magneto-optical disk (MOD) juke-boxes from 8 FCRs and 3 CT scanners. We developed the remote control software of PACS terminal from HIS terminal for physicians' easy operation in the out-patent clinics. We investigated the network workloads and display time in the daily work. Clinicians' opinion was recorded on a 5-point scale for image quality, response, and function. Result: The network workload is under the limitation and display time is within twenty-six seconds. The quality was acceptable in 54%. The response was acceptable in 25%. The function of PACS was acceptable in 40%. Conclusion: PC-based HIS/RIS/PACS coupling has possibility of acceptance.
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Hiroshi Kondoh M.D., Washiashi Takeshi, Michihiro Sasagaki, Hironobu Nakamura M.D., Kiyonari Inamura, Yasushi Matsumura, and Hiroshi Takeda "Development and evaluation of HIS-RIS-modality-PACS coupling: remote operation of PACS display terminal from HIS terminal in outpatient clinics", Proc. SPIE 3339, Medical Imaging 1998: PACS Design and Evaluation: Engineering and Clinical Issues, (13 July 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.319802
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