New & Used Telemedicine System

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Device: Telemedicine System
Manufacturer: GE Healthcare
Model: Advantage
Location: United States, New Jersey
Negotiable
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Device: Telemedicine System
Manufacturer: GE Healthcare
Model: Advantage
Location: United States, New Jersey
Negotiable
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Telemedicine System may also be referred to as :

PACS | Telemedicine System, Radiology | Teleconsultation | Telediagnosis | Telemedicine | Teleradiology System | Telemedicine System, Mammography | Telemammography System
 

Tips for buying Telemedicine System

  1. Buyers should choose a telemedicine system that provides the resolution and performance that best suit their needs.
  2. Facilities considering the purchase of such a telemammography system should look into the applications of the teleradiology system.
  3. Facilities that need real-time telemedicine system reviews by consulting physicians at different sites are looking for high-resolution images and rapid transmission by either ISDN or satellite for point-to-point transmission or by dedicated coaxial cable, DSL, or cable modems for LAN transmission.
  4. On-call radiologists at home can get telemammography system image transmission over telephone lines; each radiologist should have a high-resolution computer monitor at home, and the department should have a portable modem, CPU, and hard disk that the radiologist can carry home.
  5. Facilities should invest in a laser imager if they wish to have a hard-copy review.
  6. When users plan to integrate the teleradiology system with a PACS, they should consider the compatibility with communications standards, such as the Open System Interconnect, which was developed under the guidance of the International Organization for Standardization.
  7.  The ACR/NEMA Digital Imaging and Communications standard ensures data exchange among imaging devices, regardless of the brand or image format used. It sets minimum requirements for hardware, data-link service, networking, message presentation, and applications.
  8. Open architectures that comply with ACR/NEMA and ISO/OSI standards are now replacing supplier-specific network architectures.
  9. When facilities adopt an industry-wide standard, they can install multi-supplier telemedicine systems and reduce the expenses of implementing a whole digital department.
  10. Buyers are encouraged to get a list of users from the manufacturer and consult with experienced telemedicine system experts before purchasing a system.
  11. Any new equipment purchased should be DICOM compatible to facilitate networking.
Read more valuable tips on the Medical Equipment Buying Guide by MedWOW >>