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Merge Unity

An integrated RIS-PACS-Reporting platform

Merge Unity Overview
Merge Unity™ is an all-in-one RIS-PACS-Reporting platform that enables healthcare providers to focus more on patients and less on managing IT infrastructure. Built as a smart IT turnkey solution, Merge Unity helps to optimize and improve the specialized work of radiologists through fewer interfaces and clicks, faster turnaround time, fully integrated tools and cleaner reports.

Designed by radiologists, for radiologists, Merge Unity provides a comprehensive workflow solution and an end-to-end database solution, helping practices to gain greater efficiency and contain costs through a streamlined, single-vendor system.
“The intuitiveness of Merge Unity is key for us because we have everyone working on the same system. It's seamless.”
Marcey Hurst, PACS Admin, Grove City Medical Center

With Merge Unity, you can…


Read and report on a single platform
Read all subspecialty exams side by side under a single pane of glass, including mammography and tomosynthesis.

Access advanced imaging tools
Interpret images faster and with increased confidence by leveraging image shuffling and intuitive 3D image visualization tools such as MPRs, MIPs, vessel analysis/tracking, cardiac calcium scoring and colon analysis.

Decrease report turnaround time
Pre-populate reports automatically via the injection of DICOM information, technologist forms and templates, thus reducing the amount of information needed to dictate and peer review while accessing prior reports.

Reduce scheduling and registration time
Use automated tasks and alerts as well as optional resource-based scheduling to save staff time and boost efficiency. 

 

What our clients say...

Marcey Hurst discusses why Merge Unity PACS, designed by a radiologist for radiologists, is invaluable to Grove City Medical Center.
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Merge Unity is not FDA-cleared for diagnostic use on mobile devices.