Carestream Health announces the purchase of its CARESTREAM PACS, CARESTREAM DRX-Evolution System, and CARESTREAM DRYVIEW 5800 laser imager by facilities serving the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and Citizen Potawatomi Nation, both of Oklahoma.
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Health Service purchased a PACS and DRX-Evolution to advance its move from a film and paper-based workflow to an all-digital environment. The PACS interfaces with the Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s HIS/RIS System. “Having patient data flow between our information systems and the DRX-Evolution system saves us time and helps eliminate the potential for errors,” said Radiology Coordinator Sharon Gerards, RT (R)(M).
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Division of Health ordered a DRX-Evolution System and a laser imager for its Okmulgee Indian Health Center, which had not previously offered in-house x-ray capabilities. Since patients no longer need to leave the clinic to have radiology procedures performed, the health center expects to save 60 to 90 minutes per patient.
More information on digital medical imaging and healthcare IT solutions from Carestream Health is available online.