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Advantages: the systems are fine-tuned to the needs of radiology with its high volume of reports, the need to manage enormous amounts of image data which must be integrated in the workflow and the specialized interfaces to modalities. - Disadvantages: interfaces provide weak integration, with differences in data structures, different user interfaces etc. The definition of the HIS given above requires, that authorized users have access to the information they need for their tasks. e. as natural language texts, as images etc.
Integration into Reference Project 3. Data Protection & Data Security no fulfilment low degree fulfilment satisfactory fulfilment complete fulfilment. This scale allows for a strong differentiation between no and complete fulfilment of the UR's. 5. Project Management Fig. 4. U. Lemke et al. Example of a UR-tree For the Dresden reference project, eight top level (level 0) UR's have been chosen. They are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. System characteristics Standards and interfaces Data protection and data security System components Project management Table 1.
G. g. g. g. by providing access to case l ibraries for medica l students - for future applications such as computer-aided diagnosis, etc. e. g. SIENET from Siemens). Despite the comprehensive array of functions currently implemented, however, there is a never-ending request for even more and more complex functions. Nevertheless, the efficiency or applicability of a PACS is not only determined by the number of functions it provides. It must be guided by economical requirements as w ell. Otherwise, pure technologica l capabi lities wou ld quickly lead to a monster of over-engineered functionality.