radiology information system

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radiology information system

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RIS.

A computer system used in health care radiology facilities to help manage patient appointments, scheduling, and tracking of files; radiologic work flow; staff assignments; digital imaging; data storage; and the display and reporting of the interpretations of images by radiologists.
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All the vessels plying on National Waterways (NWs) need to be made compatible for using RIS.
Farhan Baig Business Head North and Sohail Malik Head of Sales Loyalty and Alliances both expressed their pleasure at the ceremony and said that it is indeed a great privilege and an exciting opportunity to collaborate with RIS.
Many organizations are looking for guidance when it comes to meaningful use and RIS.
Moving into the clinical environment is the distinguishing factor of PACS & RIS.
In a new report titled, "The Revival of RIS," market research firm KLAS examines the renewed interest among healthcare providers in RIS technology and vendor efforts to blend the imaging capacity of a PACS product with the patent-centric workflow and reporting available in the RIS.
Originally released in November 2002, RISme allows users to create client deployment images that can be used to install versions of Windows that are not natively supported by RIS.
announced today a new partnership with Recreation Insurance Specialists (RIS), a specialty recreation vehicle (RV) insurance agency, that will allow RLI to underwrite RV insurance for RIS.
Since January 2015, there is a closer cooperation between Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia concerning the implementation of RIS.
Morton says this means that the RIS always knows where a particular study is within the PACS, so that it can be launched from the RIS.
They charge the Commission with taking all necessary steps to ensure the interoperability, reliability and security of RIS.
In that position, he managed and maintained all radiology IT systems, including a CoActiv EXAM-PACS interfaced with a Siemens RIS.
Though PACS enables dramatic increases in imaging volumes, imaging studies are not complete without the corresponding reports, which are traditionally pulled by the RIS.