Medsquare’s Radiation Dose Monitor (RDM) is a DACS (Dose Archiving and Communication System): a system for archiving and centrally managing patient radiation doses (radiology and nuclear medicine)
Collection and analysis of patient dose data from different sources regardless of the manufacturer
Customizable solution for all those responsible for the dose cycle: Radiologist, Radiographer, Head of Department, Radiation Safety Officer, and Medical Physicist
Complies with national and international requirements (e.g. Euratom Directive 2013/59)
Our experts provide healthcare professionals with their in-depth knowledge of DICOM, HL7, integrations and interfaces for:
With the implementation of group hospitals, healthcare professionals have new needs: to pool their resources, optimize their processes, centralize their data, secure access to it, and ensure its traceability and archiving.
Faced with these developments, Medsquare has been able to adapt its solution to meet these new needs on a larger scale (group hospitals or regional), thus providing a territorial, flexible and unifying response to imaging professionals guaranteeing:
In 2019, a central DACS was set up to provide access, in a single point, to all of the dose data of all patients at the 26 sites connected to the DACS RDM of the APHP.
The Krypton project in partnership with Carestream-Philips: Regional Dosimetry project in New Aquitaine region of France, with two levels of dosimetry services offered to the 46 member hospitals.Learn more