Workflow integration from case preparation to results sharing
syngo.via is more than a diagnostic tool: it supports your workflow all the way to the tumor board presentation. From processing to diagnosis and sharing, syngo.via provides a single, common platform. Working on the same dataset preserves results and eliminates redundancies. First, the technologist can prepare the case. Next, the reading physician creates findings and documents the diagnosis. Finally, the case and its results can be elegantly presented in the tumor board meeting using the Findings Navigator.
RIS/PACS workplaces are often limited to 2D/3D image display and are not designed for hybrid reading or PET quantification. syngo.via overcomes these limitations through its advanced visualization and quantification functionality and can be fully integrated into the RIS/PACS workstation of all major vendors.
Reduced reading time
With a single database, your technologist can now prepare your cases before placing them in the reading worklist. Routine tasks will be completed, so more time is available for patient care and reading. All cases are available instantly, without sending studies across the network.
Advanced PET, SPECT and CT reading on PACS
With syngo.via, you can freely navigate the entire dataset, use advanced PET and CT segmentation and quantification tools, and document your findings—right on the RIS/PACS reporting workplace. Cases can now be interpreted and reported with access to full clinical information, without depending on parallel ranges or switching between reporting and reading workplaces.
Live access anytime, virtually anywhere4
On your PACS, at the tumor board meeting, in the OR, or even from home, live access to all cases and tools is just a login away on any PC.* This creates new possibilities, like easy second opinions and on-call scenarios, using the Findings Navigator to elegantly present cases, or using 3D visualization for surgery planning and patient communication. syngo.via frees medical images from the local workstation to bring the power of hybrid imaging to clinical routine.
*with a network connection and meeting minimum hardware requirements.