Vertex’s User-Friendly Interface Saves Time and Money
User training and operation of the numerous and complicated digital medical sharing products used by healthcare facilities can be time-consuming. Vertex’s groundbreaking graphical user interface and all-encompassing architecture streamlines the user experience and accelerates training, saving bio-medical support teams’ valuable time. Vertex was created with ease of use and flexibility of function in mind; radiology, cardiology, oncology, endoscopy, surgery, and dermatology departments can now accomplish all their medical data sharing tasks with a single application, from a Windows workstation or tablet.
Simple yet Versatile
Core user activity, job queue, and device status panels are strategically designed on a dynamic, single screen to aid the user in performing tasks while simultaneously monitoring jobs and systems. Vertex’s dashboard-like interface features color schemes and icons that maximize readability.
Within Vertex’s interactive screen, users can select data from a multitude of sources on the left, optionally edit and enhance studies in the center, and send to a combination of destinations on the right. This left-to-right setup is natural for users, making the interface easy to use.
Vertex’s modern interface was designed for touch screen compatibility. Users can drag-and-drop data queried and / or selected from each source directly into a destination for immediate processing. Alternatively, users can drag-and-drop into the job build column to edit and / or merge data from DICOM and non-DICOM sources.
Vertex uses Sorna’s popular Reviewer technology to display studies that are accessible from its workstation, allowing users to verify that study data and images match.
Each job’s status is clearly visible in Vertex’s job queue, with concise details accessible in a mouse-over popup panel. Users need only scroll from left to right in the queue to view previous jobs.
Device Status Bar
Each configured autoloader is represented in Vertex’s device status bar, which displays: bin capacity, DISC type, and levels; ink color and levels; ribbon type and levels, and; online / offline status.