Archiving system incorporates AI and machine learning elements
Enhanced functions for radiologists, new collaboration tools and artificial intelligence (AI) integration are provided in the latest Telemis Multimedia Archiving and Communication System (MACS).
Version 4.90 of Telemis’ archiving and transmission platform is future-proofed for machine learning (ML) and adds advanced capabilities for diagnosis and collaboration.
Telemis-Medical Version 4.90 also simplifies the capture, storage, comparison and sharing of key diagnostic data through improved image registration functionalities, says Telemic, with the introduction of goniometry tools and enhanced collaboration options. The software also offers integration modules that will speed the incorporation of new and emerging AI and ML techniques.
The latest version of MACS was been developed with a focus on addressing the challenges facing today’s radiologists. Recognising that image comparison is a significant portion of a radiologist’s work, Telemis has developed registration capabilities that allow alignment and comparison between images whatever the modalities (CT/MR/PT), the table positions and the timespan between the series. There are optional report input tools that combine advanced image viewing, dictation management and voice recognition, to simplify and speed up the collection, recording and analysis of radiology measurements.
Medical images can be now captured by peripherals such as smartphones and tablets and then automatically linked with the patient ID and the user ID via scan barcodes and QR codes. These more flexible and faster features have been designed not only for medical facilities with multiple sites but also for emergency units, dermatologists and surgeons.
Telemis-Medical Version 4.90 includes a new feature, TM-Community, which facilitates exchanges between Telemis customers. It also includes TM-Publisher Web which supports the secure distribution of images to external professionals such as GPs and consultant physicians. The TM-Publisher Web tool includes a new uploader module that allows internal and external contacts to send DICOM or non-DICOM images for second opinions. For data exchange and GDPR compliance, the new audit system allows operators to centralise access control and management.
Telemis-Medical Version 4.90 offers modules that speed the integration of AI tools. The AI-Box is designed to harmonise the exchange processes between multimedia archiving and communications systems and AI algorithms, making it easier to use the best algorithm for a given pathology.