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major factors driving the move. Tools such as the findings Navigator, for instance: “With syngo.plaza, we can visualize measurements of tumors or other lesions in an action log. When we reopen the series later, we automatically see the images with the measurements from that time. That saves time and helps during the diagnostic process.” The switch marked a major leap for­ ward. Professor Dietbert Hahn, MD, director of the hospital’s Institute of Radiology, points out unequivocally: “we took another step toward optimi­ zing workflow economy and medical quality with the hospital­wide intro­ duction of syngo.plaza”. Both, time savings and quality enhancement were syngo.plaza at University Hospital in Würzburg, Germany Focusingmoreonthepatient, lessontechnology The University Hospital of Würzburg just migrated from Siemens SIENET Magic to syngo.plaza, marking a further step toward optimizing workflow economy and medical quality. It is now one of the system’s biggest users in Germany, with plans for 100 users to operate approximately 170 modalities in radio­ logy, urology, gastroenterology, neuro­ radiology, and pediatric radiology. ITSystemsRAD·BOOK 201250