Syngo Carbon

Outcome-Driven Imaging System

ODIS. Tomorrow's imaging system is here.

ODIS – an Outcome-Driven Imaging and Information System is a future-proof, data-driven imaging and IT system that drives the best possible outcomes for patients. Designed with future in mind. ODIS isn’t just the next evolutionary step: it’s a new species in imaging. It transforms and revolutionizes.

De-siloed

Open

Enriched

Actionable 


    ODIS manages data around patients, not departments. In typical clinical pathways, patients have several touch points with different clinical departments. To make the correct diagnosis and therapy decision, it is essential that patient-data remains open and always accessible from one spot. 

    That’s what an ODIS provides: one place where data can be turned into knowledge to drive better patient outcomes.

    Driving outcomes for:

    Clinician

    Clinicans

    Don’t fear more data; benefit from more knowledge. An ODIS will simplify your workflows and make data more manageable. 

    Technician

    IT

    Reduce your TCO by reducing the complexity of your IT landscape. Less servers, no translation tools and save migration costs down the line. 

    Patient

    Patients

    Get the most transparent and comprehensive treatment available.

    old radiology findings

    The current PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) world was a significant evolutionary leap from the days of plain film reading in the 1990s. The DICOM imaging system was primarily designed for radiology, but soon other imaging departments like cardiology were swept up in this first wave of digitalization. They acquired their own out-of-the-box “departmental” PACS systems.

    The results were outstanding. The new digital functions enabled diagnoses and knowledge that previously seemed impossible. But over the years, IT systems have become scattered, and silos of data and expertise have emerged that are difficult and expensive to connect and secure.

    Syngo Carbon ODIS

    While PACS drove imaging forward, adding even more closed software or tooling will only add more complexity to today’s landscape. In this sense, PACS has run its course. With the amount of data and its utility in optimizing patient therapies only increasing, the time for change is now. 



    Today PACS

    Future Systems

    Picture

    Image driven (DICOM)

    Data driven

    Archiving

    Data storage

    Processing data (Actionable)

    Communication

    Unstructured

    Semantic (Open Patient Data Model)

    System

    Hardware

    Software

    Syngo Carbon the connecting element

    Syngo Carbon1 is a new enterprise imaging and reporting solution from Siemens Healthineers. Designed to improve patient care, Syngo Carbon opens possibilities in image interpretation, reporting, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Data Management. Syngo Carbon provides extensive tooling and open data models across modalities in one integrated and user-friendly workspace.

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