The most frequently requested function, Aspen® Lung’s direct connection to the ACR Lung Cancer Screening Registry™ (ACR LCSR™) help programs quickly and confidently submit complete data summaries. Aspen® Lung manages 100% of the required data elements and Aspen® Lung receives this data through an interface, reducing manual entry of data, or by a lung cancer screening coordinator entering the data.
Customizable Worklists in Aspen® Lung assist your lung cancer screening team by empowering them to sort through all the data and only see what they need in order to be great at their job. As an example, worklists can be set to display new referrals to the program, patients scheduled for screening today, patients whose results are ready/sorted by Lung-RADS® and much more. Statistical reports display patients due and overdue for follow up while the print queue holds lay patient result and recall letters for the day.
Interfaces and integrations are essential for most health care IT. Some programs use Aspen® Lung as a stand-alone application – no interfaces. Many have one or more interfaces helping to streamline certain areas of the screening process while also greatly reducing the amount of data that must be manual entered to satisfy patient tracking and/ or ACR LCSR™ needs. With interfacing comes the possibility to automatically receive information on newly ordered lung cancer screening CTs, results from screening like the Lung-RADS™, results from biopsy, scheduling information, smoking history, insurance and much more.
For some it is an important function and Aspen® Lung can help. Aspen® Lung can track patients with nodules found outside of the screening process. These patients, if managed in Aspen® Lung, are not included in the
ACR LCSR™ data report.
Aspen® Lung offers sales and support for 3rd party Computer Aided Detection (CAD) and nodule recognition tools specific to lung cancer screening. Aspen® Lung works with MeVis Veolity Lung Screening, Siemens syngo.via and TeraRecon. Key to CAD for lung cancer screening is reliable nodule detection, measurement and nodule tracking over time. These tools can provide key nodule statistics like mass and volume doubling time, density and average diameter. Many nodule detection tools offer PACS workflow compatibility or they can perform as a lung cancer screening reading workstation.
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|Processor||AMD OpteronAMD Athlon 64Intel Xeon with Intel EM64T SupportIntel Premium IV with EM64T Support||Intel Xeon Processor|
|Processor Speed||2.00 GHz||2.00 GHz or better|
|RAM||4 GB||8 GB or higher|
|Hard Drive||4 GB Free Space||8 GB or higher Windows|
|Supported OS||Windows Server 2008 R2||Windows Server 2016|
|SQL Version||SQL 2012 SP4||SQL 2014|
|Processor||Pentium III - compatible processor or faster||Intel Core i5 Processor|
|Processor Speed||1.00 GHz||2.6 GHz or better|
|RAM||4 GB||8 GB or higher|
|Hard Drive||4 GB Free Space||8 GB or higher Free Space|
|Supported OS||Windows 8.1||Windows 10|
|Bandwith||100 MBPS (10/1000 Ethernet)||Gigabit 1000BASE-T Ethernet|
|User Needs||50 kbs on average||50 kbs on average|