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North West Wales is first customer for AiMS image management

The North West Wales NHS Trust has become Ferrania UK’s first customer for the AiMS image-management application portfolio. The Trust has a site licence covering the Ysbyty Gwynedd hospital at Bangor hospital. This follows the successful implement of a number of other Ferrania solutions at the Trust, including LifeWeb PACS equipment.

The AiMS image management application portfolio

Dr. Hugh Godfrey of the Trust said: “We need a coherent and integrated teaching system and the AiMS solution confers tremendous educational possibilities. We are looking forward to exploiting the ability to establish and maintain our own knowledge libraries from the Trust’s own resources and to have site-configurable workflow for teaching sessions. Our intention, however, is to use the system not just for training but for assessment purposes as well.”

AiMS plays a key role in IHE (integrated healthcare enterprise) information systems for hospitals, clinics and physicians’ offices. It enables access to knowledge bases of relevant clinical information wherever and whenever needed. The use of the vast archive of images generated worldwide, and the ability to transfer that knowledge through flexible and accessible e-learning modules, sets it apart from other systems. Knowledge libraries for both reference and e-learning are constantly expanding and cases can be retrieved selectively within seconds, offering great productivity to medical professionals and students alike.

Ferrania UK supplies AiMS as part of its Ferrania’s LifeWeb™ PACS and RIS/PACS portfolio, in an OEM partnership with MiASoft, the creator of AiMS.


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The North West Wales NHS Trust is Ferrania UK’s first customer for the AiMS™ image management application portfolio.

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