Pune, Nov 6 (ANI/Business Wire India): Trichur Heart Hospital, the leading Cardiac Superspeciality hospital in Kerala has installed a State of the Art PACS from Medsynaptic Pvt Ltd, Pune.
Medsynapse PACS (Picture Archiving and Communications System) has connected all modalities like Digital X Ray, CT, Cathlab etc in the hospital to a central server allowing distribution of images and reports within the hospital. Medsynapse PACS is a completely web based PACS with advanced Image enhancement tools, reporting module and CD/DVD distribution. It will also allow long term archiving of images and reports for the hospital.
Medsynapse PACS has been connected with the Hospital Information System providing smooth and fully integrated workflow for all users within the hospital. After the rollout of the PACS, all of the staff, physicians and their department heads, and the management of the Trichur Heart Hospital are convinced that this solution is the right path taking them to the future.
"The benefits of the system are tremendous. In addition to decrease in errors, reduced cost, and environment-friendly elimination of film and chemicals-based processes, it is particular the patients who will profit from this digital revolution. The waiting times are coming down significantly and diagnostic quality is improved considerably." commented Prathap Varkey, Vice President of Trichur Heart Hospital.
"Medsynaptic is very proud that Trichur Heart Hospital has chosen to install Medsynapse PACS and it's a feather in our cap" said Sanjay Gorde, National Sales Manager, Medsynaptic Pvt Ltd.
"Being the first installation of Medsynapse PACS in Kerala, it's an honor for us to be associated with such a prestigious hospital and I am sure this will greatly benefit the patients and hospital staff" said Dr Ashish Dhawad, CEO of Medsynaptic Pvt. Ltd.
"After carefully considering various offerings, Medsynaptic was the only choice as their PACS offered latest web technology, advanced tools and high performance, apart from integration with HIS and world-class service" said Prathap Varkey, Vice President of Trichur Heart Hospital. (ANI)