The VivoNet Adapter is the module for fast video communication between remote locations. The locations can be part of a single corporation using the Digital Medics PACS, or they can be independent organizations with PAC systems from other suppliers. The adapter thus helps to dramatically widen bottlenecks created by older PAC systems, or to implement a location-independent Digital Medics PACS solution.
The VivoNet Adapter offers a standards-compliant DICOM interface for connection local imaging modalities or other DICOM nodes. Even a PACS from another supplier will simply be treated as a DICOM node and can send data to the adapter.
Received images are automatically converted on the adapter to the efficient VivoNet format, which enables a fast transfer even through narrow bandwidth lines. If the receiving location is equipped with a Digital Medics PACS, then the data is stored in VivoNet format. However, if the receiving location is using a different PACS, the receiving adapter converts the images back to the DICOM format and saves them in the local PACS archive.
With the VivoNet adapter, Digital Medics gives you the ability to simply expand identified bottlenecks, or to plan to avoid them in the first place.
The VivoNet technology supports not only rapid transfer, but also the intelligent migration and cacheing of data. Once data base been received, it is stored locally and when the data is requested once more, it doesn’t need to be loaded and transferred again.
Additionally, the VivoNet Adapter always presents a remote location with the complete overview of all centrally archived examinations. If a request doesn’t find an examination in the local adapter, the migration from the central archive to the local cache is completely automatic. Thanks to the VivoNet Adapter, your data is always where you need it.
The VivoNet Adapter not only offers efficient image transfers, it also has an interface for accepting job orders from and sending findings to participants. To do this, the adapter has an easy-to- use browser-based user interface.
With this Order Entry System, it’s possible to link different information systems with one another. Thus diagnostic providers benefit from a unified system and referrers from a paperless ordering system.
The integration in the information systems on site can be done using the standard HL7 interface, so that partners can be fully transparently integrated.