Thinking Systems Installs ThinkingWeb Extreme™ Cloud PACS at St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System in Houston, Texas

St. Petersburg, FL (June 1, 2012) – Thinking Systems Corporation, recognized by Frost & Sullivan and KLAS for its innovative Cloud-based PACS/RIS solutions, and by Thinking Systems’ customers for its robust product portfolio of comprehensive solutions designed to support the full spectrum of imaging modalities, today announced that the company recently installed its ThinkingWeb Extreme™ Cloud-based PACS at St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System to provide an enterprise-wide vendor-neutral platform for image review, analysis, processing and management for molecular imaging, including PET-CT, SPECT-CT, nuclear cardiology, and general nuclear medicine.

St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System comprises of several hospitals, medical centers and clinics. Among them, the world-class St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital has been named by U.S. News and World Report as one of America’s best hospitals for 22 consecutive years. It is world-known for the first successful heart transplantation, the first artificial heart implantation and the first laser angioplasty procedure. It is the home of Texas Heart Institute.

Thinking Systems’ ThinkingWeb Extreme™ Cloud PACS utilizes the most advanced Cloud technology, coupled with advanced 64-bit operating systems and its flagship PACS clinical application suite, delivering unprecedented performances for the most demanding applications such as PET-CT fusion, SPECT-CT fusion, nuclear cardiology processing, multiplanar reconstruction and other advanced quantitative analysis and processing.

Thinking Systems’ Cloud-based vendor-neutral clinical applications, image distribution and imaging archive solutions provide seamless dataflow and workflow, and a single uniform platform for clinicians throughout the entire enterprise. Most importantly, the solutions are custom-tailored specifically to meet customer’s current and long-term special needs.

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