Roentgen Burner - CD Burner
BRIT Systems’ Roentgen Burner is a DICOM/IHE compliant automated solution for producing custom-labled CDs and/or DVDs that contain medical images plus BRIT’s image viewing software.The solution also supports:
- Inclusion of reports and orders (requires HL-7 interface) on media
- Specialized PDI compliant importing tool, including support for a digitizer to store images of paper
documents in the study
Radiological studies can be DICOM stored to this device from any DICOM device on the network. Before burning, it scans the local order/report database and includes all related orders and reports received via the HL-7 interface.
The Roentgen Burner combines BRIT’s production server with the Primera Bravo XR or XRP or the Rorke PACScomm that combines Primera robotics and burner with an embedded PC.
The Roentgen burner accepts studies from any DICOM device via a DICOM store, and it accepts orders and reports via HL-7 from IT systems. Upon receipt of a study, the application:
- Load the media (CD-R or DVD-R)
- Automatically create a label based on customizable options
- Burn the images, along with BRIT’s easy-to-use BRIT Lite image viewer, onto the media
- Burns all reports and studies for the study
- Verify the data
- Output the media into a bin
- Create additional copies as requested by the user.
The custom label, configurable by the system administrator, includes facility name, patient name and exam descriptions. When used with BRIT's Roentgen Files, any user with authority can create CDs directly from the RIS interface without downloading the studies to a workstation first.
A specific and detailed order file is produced for each CD. The order file, which contains information about the user, the patient, specific modality and the images, provides HIPAA compliant tracking information about the CD.
The Roentgen Burner also incorporates a CD /DVD import utility with support for document scanning. Using the import utility, studies on PDI compliant CDs or DVDs can be read into the system and matched with an existing order on the system via MWL tools. Key demographic and study information can be substituted with data from the order or edited manually before importation. Optionally, all images can be viewed and a subset of images can be selected to send to the archive. Paper information that accompanies the media can be scanned in as a DICOM secondary capture image and forwarded to the archive as a new series in the study. Any number of DICOM archives can be configured to receive the imported studies. Utilities allow the user to monitor the progress of the study as it is sent to the archive and the user can also download and view the imported study from the DICOM server to verify that all information was properly received.