Enterprise Imaging WorkflowGo beyond Radiology.

Enterprise Imaging Workflow is a patient-centric imaging workflow solution focused on the clinical and business requirements of departments serving medical imaging. Taking the Siemens RIS one step further, Enterprise Imaging Workflow expands the syngo Workflow SLR1 capabilities in imaging productivity and performance for use beyond the Radiology department. It helps decrease operational cost, increase efficiency, and maintain a high standard of quality of care.

  • Decrease operational costs through new tools and utilities
  • Increase efficiency through paperless, mobile workflows
  • Maintain high standard of quality of care through access to relevant data

syngo.share creates a holistic, patient-centric view on imaging data of a patient. It unifies the data management and archiving tasks beyond classical departmental or enterprise boundaries.



Your Benefits at a glance….

syngo.share supports the management of clinical imaging data from multi-departmental to enterprise and regional scale. It can act as the information management backbone for the entire enterprise, potentially addressing all imaging data types in a single archive strategy.

syngo.share supports patient-centric access and handling of information. It provides a complete picture of available images, reports, multi-media, and non-DICOM data of a patient, structured according to the clinicians’ needs.

syngo.share’s secure architecture and standard-based connectivity supports the major standards, such as HL7, DICOM as well as IHE XDS and XDS-I to integrate with and exchange information between separate stakeholders and systems.

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Clinical Use

Enterprise Imaging Workflow helps decrease operational cost, increase efficiency, and maintain a high standard of quality of care in departments serving medical imaging. Find out how your colleagues around the world utilize the patient-centric imaging workflow solution.

“IDOC Builder is a phenomenal tool!, says Doug Ross, Radiology PACS Coordinator at Bay Area Hospital, Coos Bay, Oregon, USA.

He uses the easy tools that Enterprise Imaging Workflow offers to build interactive documents and clinical alerts to speed up the creation process.
He also appreciates the new guided implementation tools, stating “The feature had great links, and I liked that I could add a task.”


Anne Osowsli

Anne Osowski, RIS Administrator, Bethesda Health, Boynton Beach, Florida, USA, describes the benefits of auto-generated patient letters in Enterprise Imaging Workflow: After dictation, the results are sent to the syngo Workflow SLR Mammography Module, where they are parsed out and stored in the appropriate mammography database fields. Then, the appropriate letter stream is applied.

“Currently, our staff spends two or more hours a day generating patient letters,” says Anne Osowski. “We estimate this function will save us about an hour a day. And, those patients whose assessment is entered by the radiologist will receive their letters one day sooner than before.”

Missing something? In 44% of lawsuits, physicians report that missing information is likely to adversely impact patients2. This can be due to error-prone paper workflows. Bethesda Health, Boynton Beach, Florida, USA, consequently set up a paperless workflow based on mobile devices.

Anne Osowski

“Bethesda is also committed to taking advantage of the new mobile device application. The IDOC functionality can be accessed on any tablet type device connected to the facilities wireless network. This new functionality allows the staff the freedom of filling out patient questionnaires and documents, requiring a signature, without the constrictions of fixed equipment.” Anne Osowski, Bethesda Health

Did you know? 75% of lawsuits in radiology center around a failure to diagnose or communicate2. Enterprise Imaging Workflow enables a seamless exchange of imaging information, enabling informed decisions for all involved administrators and clinicians.

Anne Osowsli

“Portal Administrator has vastly improved my day-to-day functionality, operations. [… ] I can be more engaged with the technologists and the radiologists while making changes in real time.” Anne Osowski, RIS Administrator,
Bethesda Health, Boynton Beach, Florida, USA

Ariane Alvarez

“My number one goal as a radiologist is to accurately detect disease and convey [results] in a concise and accurate format so the referring physician can interpret and act accordingly. Portal Radiologist helps me do that by having all the relevant important clinical information available at my fingertips.” Ariana Alvarez, MD, Bethesda Health, Boynton Beach, Florida, USA