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What is a PACS server?

A PACS server is the centralized computing device that stores medical imaging for various modalities (X-ray, MRI, CT, etc.) for retrieval from other PACS clients

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PACS in Radiology

PACS in Radiology allows physicians to securely store medical images for centralized retrieval. This results in more efficient and cost-effective benefits in radiological healthcare diagnosis.

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What is PACS?

In medical terms, PACS stands for Picture Archiving and Communication System. A PACS system is an efficient way to securely transport private patient medical imaging

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Can Radiologists Work from Home?

Since the start of the global COVID-19 pandemic, teleradiology has experienced explosive demand. In the “new normal” of remote working, many physicians beg to ask the question can radiologists work from home? In brief, the answer is yes. Although there are many benefits to remote radiology, teleradiology can have some drawbacks. We invite you to discover them.

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