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Healthcare Information Solutions
The New Benchmark in Healthcare IT
CARESTREAM Vue is a next-generation healthcare information technology platform that simplifies RIS + PACS + reporting in radiology, cardiology and mammography.
With thousands of proven implementations worldwide, Vue's scalable enterprise workflow, vendor-neutral archiving and cloud-based service optimize medical imaging for clinical excellence and superior patient care.

Complex radiology workflow requires intuitive solutions for all end-users. Carestream has adapted a ONE-WORKSTATION philosophy when designing the next generation RIS + PACS + Reporting. Web-enabled Vue for Radiology is accessible anywhere, thus accelerating distribution of radiology results. As the first to provide native clinical tool sets that revolutionize volume reporting, Carestream's smart innovations continue to optimize productivity and maximize your investment and can accommodate your growing imaging needs.


Since our beginnings as an OEM manufacturer of black and white televisions in 1968, EIZO has been researching and developing visual display products. In 1981, we released our first CRT monitor for personal computers. And in 1985, we launched products for the European and American markets under the universal brand name “EIZO”. Today, EIZO monitors are highly regarded in various fields throughout the world because of their accurate and stable image display and innovative features.

Monitors have grayscale tone characteristics which may vary even between the same models. When displaying medical images, it is important that you select monitors offering refined rendering of subtle shadings and unified display between multiple monitors. The grayscale tones for each RadiForce diagnostic monitors are adjusted at the factory to be compliant with the DICOM Part 14 standard

With advances in medical imaging technology over the years, hospitals are now handling a wider variety and larger volume of image data.

As a result, it is increasingly common for medical facilities to use a mix of different monitors to interpret images. The multi-modality approach allows a variety of images to be displayed on a single screen — an essential step forward for medicine.