Digital networking

four hospital locations

Germany - The Munich Municipal Hospital is network four hospital locations in Bogenhausen, Harlaching, Neuperlach and Schwabing, and facilitate the digital production and storage of X-ray images along with individual patient data and diagnosis results, using GE Healthcare's Centricity RIS/PACS.

Dr Andrea Rieber-Brambs, Head of the Department for Diagnostic- and...
Dr Andrea Rieber-Brambs, Head of the Department for Diagnostic- and Interventional Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

The system will enable the hospital’s network to work largely without X-ray films and paper – estimated to reduce steps in the workflow from 30 to around seven.
Along with standard display options, Centricity allows the user to run through over 2,000 images in a few seconds, to enlarge them or use them for 3-D reconstructions, simplifying procedures such as colonography, analysis of vascular structures, CAD and more.


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