Sectra and Kestral to build proof of concept for NSW Health RIS-PACS

Swedish medical imaging software provider Sectra and Australian radiology information system specialist Kestral have won a contract with NSW Health to build a proof of concept for a new enterprise-level RIS-PACS that may potentially be rolled out to 10 local health districts and NSW Pathology as a replacement for the current GE system.

The $750,000 contract will see Sectra work with sub-contractors Kestral and Sydney's Australian Centre for Advanced Computing and Communications (AC3) to build a proof of concept, which is expected to cover the common modalities used in radiology, nuclear medicine and cardiology.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: eHealth NSW, Sectra, Kestral

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