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27 June 1988 Integration Of Digital Imaging Network Technology Into The U.S. Army's Fixed Facility And Deployable Medical Centers
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The MITRE Corporation is currently under contract to the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command to evaluate Digital Imaging Network Systems (DINS) technology at two university evaluation sites. Equipment developed by Philips Medical Systems will be evaluated at the University of Washington in Seattle and AT&T's CommView system will be evaluated at Georgetown University. While other papers at the 1988 PACS II conference will discuss the details of the systems being evaluated at the university sites, this paper discusses the reasons that the Army is considering the use of DINS in its fixed facilities and in deployable medical system (DEPMEDS) applications. Reasons for converting to DINS technology will be discussed and expected benefits will be presented.
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John Cerva, Marcus Glenn, Barbara Kerlin, and Michael Harrington "Integration Of Digital Imaging Network Technology Into The U.S. Army's Fixed Facility And Deployable Medical Centers", Proc. SPIE 0914, Medical Imaging II, (27 June 1988); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.968785
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