Radiological and Nuclear Data Repository (RNDR) for Collected Event Data
System capable of manipulating data to comply/adhere with common terminology, standards, etc.
System that can work with data that adheres to common standards published by NIST, ANSI, IEE, NIEM, etc (i.e., ANSI N42.42)
The lexicon is an internal list of agreed upon terminology that current systems are expected to comply with.
RNDR will be focused on managing data, not executable code/software.
System will allow users to dynamically interact with the data.
Information Systems & Products
Have you integrated a data management system relevant to the requirements stated in the RFP, or example, where our capabilities to deliver services were
integrated into the workflow of a process relevant to the requirements stated in the RFP?
March 1 2017 5:19 AM
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MEDIA ARCHIVING / MANAGEMENT (The archiving and management of both DICOM and non-DICOM imaging media)
Ability to store all unstructured and structured data (i.e., images, databases, files, e-mail, etc.) (yes/no)
Ability and tools to migrate media into and out of an archive independent of archive vendor
Ability to associate one to many patient ID's to a patient with archived media
Allows 3rd party applications (i.e. viewers, archives) to access media via WADO standards
Allows 3rd party applications (i.e. viewers, archives) to access media via WADO RS standards
Allows 3rd party applications (i.e. viewers, archives) to access media via a WebService API
Ability to wrap, convert, or encapsulate select media objects in DICOM or XDS (i.e. XDS source actor). For example, wrap an ECG strip in a PDF format in DICOM for access by the cardiology PACS
Ability to automate association of media to a patient and order/visit/encounter
Ability to update metadata asscoated to archived media through HL7 feeds (i.e. patient update, patient merge) and through a user interface
Able to monitor, audit and configure archive across multiple sites and departments through a single user interface