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Developing a strategy for acquiring and implementing PACS can be an overwhelming problem or a well planned project. NCD brings in the products and the people to ensure you experience a successful project with a great solution. Our strategy is to develop a solution including networking, storage, communications, remote access, RIS interfacing, and the Rogan PACS product. NCD in partnership with Rogan-Delft are design and implementation specialists who have the expertise and experience to ensure your system is completed effectively and within budget.

Rogan Archiving

Rogan OnLine XS Archive provides easy and secure access to all images. It archives images automatically on standardized media such as CD, DVD and DVD-RAM. For high speed access, a nearly unlimited number of RAID systems, including NAS and SAN systems are supported. A Rogan OnLine XS Archive is available in a variety of sizes, from the small Entry level to the multi-terabyte MASS storage system that has every image on-line. Secondary Storage, or a second archive, acts as an on-line backup. The DICOM interface of Rogan OnLine XS Archive makes connection to all DICOM imaging modalities in a multi-vendor environment very easy. Modalities include: CT, MRI, US, X-ray, Cardiac, Digital and Computed Radiography, Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy and more.

Rogan OnLine Entry Archive

Specialized for those situations that an archive is needed to start archiving studies from a single digital modality, Rogan-Delft introduced the Rogan OnLine Entry Model, with an on-line storage capacity of 20 GB, and a storage facility. Several users are now able to access the information simultaneously. The near line storage support is step wise expandable and must be ordered separately. Like all Rogan OnLine PACS products this is scalable to grow with the needs of the customer. The Rogan OnLine Entry model can therefore be upgraded to a Rogan Online XS, when need arises in order to offer more on-line and near -line storage. The system can also be used for decentralized archive solutions such as cardiology, NM, US, medical photography and others.

Rogan View Pro

View images within a second from any modality using Rogan View Pro software. It can be installed on standard computers and viewed on single or multi-monitor systems. Rogan View Pro can be used for diagnostic and reference viewing. Rogan View Pro is designed for remote viewing and teleradiology. Using Microsoft's Windows-NT, Windows 2000, and XP, Rogan View Pro allows you to integrate programs easily, such as Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. Rogan View Pro + can not only be used as a diagnostic workstation but also be used for a wide variety of situations such as review station for referring physicians, oncall teleradiology station, gateway and data acquisition station.

Rogan Ortho Pro

Rogan Ortho Pro is a module that provides specialized functionality for pre-operative orthopaedic work. Continuously evolving, the software's newest features give surgeons advanced tools for selecting and monitoring implants. The software is build up from three components: Template (for the templates that are used for measuring); Wear (for determining the wear of the implants) and Outcome (for monitoring the results of measurements).

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Nov 8, 2016
"Affordable" Care Act - Isn't. How will it effect the Healthcare Industry

The Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) was passed in March of 2010 contrary to the wishes of the general population. The majority of people were not in favor of this program but the Democratic Congress and President Obama found away to get it passed.

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May 5, 2016
2016 DIGITAL RADIORAPHY (DR)

The transition away from x-ray film and Computer Radiography (CR) to Digital Radiography (DR) is advancing rapidly. There are a number of reasons DR is quickly becoming the x-ray digital output of choice.

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March 31, 2014
How To Plan For Diagnostic Imaging Expansion With Healthcare Programs Being Uncertain

Medical facilities are struggling to determine how to accommodate the uncertainty surrounding our current healthcare dilemma. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was established to increase the number of people who would be insured to receive healthcare benefits, by as many as 30 million people, thereby increasing demand for diagnostic imaging services.

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October 9, 2013
Which C-Arm Should I Buy?

Today you can be faced with many choices when deciding to purchase a mobile c-arm. Although most are appropriate for the majority of procedures, some may be particular good for the procedures you perform. Of course, the first consideration must be financial.

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February 8, 2013
DR Digital X-Ray Prices Finally Low Enough To Compete With CR

Direct Digital Radiography (DR) traditionally have been priced so high that only large medical facilities could afford to install them. The alternative for digital x-ray output has been Computer Radiography (CR).

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Nov. 23, 2012
Demand For Diagnostic Imaging Systems Growing Rapidly In Africa, The Middle East And Eastern Europe - Will The Systems Be Purchased?

The demand for medical facilities and related diagnostic imaging systems is growing at a tremendous rate. There is a strong need for x-ray and fluoroscopic systems as well as CT, MRI and ultrasound systems.

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Aug. 8, 2012
INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL
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I recently received an email from a physician in India. He had been residing in the United Kingdom for several years and had returned to his home land. He contacted me because he was interested in developing a new business of selling and supporting pre-owned diagnostic imaging systems to facilities throughout India.

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How To Safely Buy Pre-Owned Medical Systems
August 8, 2011

Very often there is a need to acquire additional capability in our health care facilities but there isn't always the funds to purchase a new, full-functioned, state of the art, diagnostic imaging system. Therefore, a decision must be made to determine if the additional services can be shifted to another facility or if it is critical or at least necessary to remain at your facility. The decision usually comes back that it needs to remain and options to accommodate it must be considered.

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July 17, 2011
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It seems like we have crossed the healthcare frontier and the only thing left to conquer is analog or film based x-ray systems. MRI's, CT's, Ultrasound, PET, Bone Densitometry, Mammography and most diagnostic imaging systems output digital data, that is except for Radiography and Fluoroscopy. Most existing systems are still analog and put out either x-ray film and/or analog video. Although most mobile C-arms are now being produced with digital output capability, most existing C-arms, X-ray systems and R/F systems have not yet been upgraded. When you consider that today there are more x-ray studies done than any other modality study, we should concede, we are way overdue in moving to electronic Rad and Fluoro. These upgrades should probably be initiated before all others at medical facilities today.

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How To Get The Most From Your Radiology Dollar
June 3, 2011

The decisions are getting harder when we try and determine what our facility should invest in to provide the best patient care. 256 slice CTs, 3.0T MRIs, Digital Mammography, PACS Upgrade, EHR and so on....? We first try and determine our available budget or we are asked to submit a request for funds based upon current and future requirements, local competition and/or physician requirements. It is now necessary to take a long hard look at what is currently being utilized and determine how best to enhance capabilities. You probably begin to bring in vendors to discuss the capabilities of their new systems, as well as potential costs. If you are like many administrators, you immediately get a large blast of reality $$$$$$$. You instantly know that you will be limited to one purchase or less and it's possible funding won't be available for several years. If you are experiencing growth, patient count is increasing, test procedures are on the increase, and avaliable system time is becoming harder and harder to come by, then you know you will need to upgrade Radiology capacity.

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