Florida Cancer Specialists Select Thinking Systems’ ThinkingWeb Extreme™ Cloud PACS

St. Petersburg, FL (October 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, was selected by Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute to provide Cloud-based enterprise PACS for oncology.

Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute, the largest independent oncology/hematology practice in the United States with over 130 physicians, 70 nurse practitioners and more than 50 clinical sites in its network, selected Thinking Systems’ ThinkingWeb Extreme™ Cloud-based PACS to provide clinical solutions and image archiving for oncological diagnostic imaging. The comprehensive solutions include cloud-based diagnostic interpretation tools for PET-CT and diagnostic CT for radiologists, PET-CT and diagnostic CT review tools for oncologists and nurse practitioners accessible in each exam room throughout the enterprise, cloud-based PET-CT and CT review tools for external referring physicians, enterprise-wide image distribution, and vender-neutral image archiving.

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’ vendor-neutral clinical, 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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