[X3D-Public] Radiology Software on the NetBeans Platform (Geertjan's Blog)

Don Brutzman brutzman at nps.edu
Tue Apr 23 20:14:39 PDT 2013

Medical group colleagues:  here is an interesting post.  Of related 
interest is that X3D-Edit and Xj3D can also run under Netbeans.


> DigiMed is a set of solutions for the health industry, such as DigiMed Radiology, DigiMed Laboratory, DigiMed Pathology, and DigiMed Electronic Medical Record.
> DigiMed is developed in Mexico with Java technology, is based on a Java EE architecture, and uses Swing on the client-side. The application has been continually growing and is in use at several hospitals in Mexico, including Christus Muguerza, Clínica Nova, Clinica Nogalar, DEBBIOM, OCA Hospital, Clínica Vitro, Prioriry Radiological Group, and Alestra. To improve its modular structure, the Swing application has been migrated to the NetBeans Platform, which has enabled the team to start working on additional applications, such as in the areas of radiology and EMR.
> DigiMed Radiology connects to various pieces of medical equipment through the DICOM protocol, receives and stores the images through PACS, and through the HL7 protocol communicates with the hospital system (HIS), which is in control of the rest of the administrative process. Also, the process has the ability to provide results in various electronic media.

all the best, Don
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