We are of the only company's providing a one source solution for digital radiography, CR/DR.
Our mission is to remove as much stress as possible from the end users, while still creating value. With one call, your entire system could be set up seamlessly with no headaches. Whether you are an orthopedist, neurosurgeon, group practice, veterinary clinic, dentist, chiropractor, or podiatrist we will have an affordable solution for your practice. Our trained technicians will perform a site survey and then take the necessary steps to provide a template for success. If necessary, we will develop and install an IT Network, set up the equipment, install the software and then provide the required maintenance/administration and training. Down the road, if you have any questions, or a problem should occur, you just one call to make, DMI. In other words, our job is just beginning as we set up the equipment.
How does digital x-ray reduce costs?
CR systems replace the film, but not the camera (X-ray source), ie: No more XRAY films to process, dispose of or store. The only thing you lose is your darkroom. No more purchasing of chemicals, film jackets, not to mention the increased efficiency inherent in a digital system. All the images are "one click away".
There are a number of leasing options available. A capital lease essentially means you are buying the equipment. An operating lease allows the end user to buy only the portion of the life of the equipment they will use, usually about 5 years. This option ensures the practice will always have the latest equipment and not stuck with outdated computers, monitors, etc. The advantage is that your practice will experience a level monthly expense without any down stroke, or surprises. Also, you only pay for the service contracts as required. They can be structured into the lease as well. This option avoids costly untimely maintenance and down times. Obliviously, new equipment needs less maintenance.
How does digital x-ray improve quality?
CR Systems available today have been around for more than 20 years, and are very reliable. The phosphor plate technology was developed by Fuji Film, who now reports over 45,000 installs world wide, taking over two million images daily with a 99.96% uptime. Digital images are able to be viewed remotely (viewing images outside of the office) from other offices or at home. Algorithms or the mathematical equations that process the gathered data, allow for numerous adjustments in contrast, density, and magnification with just one exposure, drastically reducing the number of retakes. For extremities and pediatric uses it also means reduced exposure time. Copying and storing of the images in a digital format reduces the potential for loss, degradation, or damage to an individual image or an entire archive.
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How does digital radiography impact the environment?
By eliminating waste from stored and discarded images, redundancy, heavy metals, chemicals, you create a much smaller environmental footprint.
What kind of training will be necessary?
As part of the DMI Solution, we will provide training on the computer system, x-ray technique, and use of the viewing software. Training does not stop after the installation. We will provide ongoing support, and will return at the client’s convenience between 3-4 weeks after the install for any advanced applications training to ensure the client is utilizing the software to its fullest extent. Of course, we will provide ongoing support for the PACS, imaging software, the "reader" and the computer network.
How does the process begin?
A simple questionnaire and site survey will help us customize our unique approach to your system. We then tailor a digital image system to your needs. Who will design your system?
A combination of professionals including: IT personnel, a HIPAA certified compliance specialist, hardware personnel, training staff, and a certified x-ray technician experienced in the use of our CR/DR systems.
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