Penn Medicine Purchased Even More Licenses of Upgraded DICOM Calibration Software PerfectLum

Top Quote Penn Medicine, a leading patient care provider in Pennsylvania, USA, has purchased more than one hundred licenses of PerfectLum version 3.0 to perform calibration and quality assurance on medical displays. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) February 07, 2012 - Wilmington, DE, USA - QUBYX PerfectLum software, designed for medical display calibration and quality assurance, is again successfully applied to improve imaging quality of professional monitors. Penn Medical healthcare system, a PerfectLum user since 2009, has decided to enlarge the installation and upgrade the existing installation of the software to the new version 3.0 on diagnostic workstations.

    PerfectLum software is designed to perform DICOM, Gamma and CIE L* calibration on medical monitors. By using professional calibration software, medical imaging practitioners improve the quality of reproduced images, and thus the accuracy of their diagnoses. Penn Medicine healthcare system consists of hospitals and patient care centers throughout the region of Philadelphia, specializing in areas including diagnostic imaging. To ensure the highest accuracy in reviewing and diagnostics of medical images, Penn Medicine has been utilizing PerfectLum software.

    "Penn Medicine was very helpful for us in the development of version 3 of PerfectLum. Penn Medicine is more than a customer and user for QUBYX. The University of Pennsylvania provided us with valuable feedback that helped to improve our product." says Marc Leppla, Director of QUBYX.

    The new upgraded version of PerfectLum will ensure even more confidence in the quality of their images for radiology practitioners of Penn Medicine. PerfectLum 3.0 Suite is not only a calibration software, but a quality assurance tool as well. PerfectLum 3.0 Suite performs acceptance and constancy tests to such key industry standards, as AAPM TG18, DIN 6868-57, JESRA X-0093, IEC 62563-1, as well as conformance tests to DICOM GSDF standard. In addition to this, the upgraded version allows a much faster and higher-quality calibration along with a user-friendlier interface and more detailed calibration reports as compared to version 2.0. New features like display consistency check were added. Moreover, version 3.0 is considerably safer, with its automatic database back up, password-protected preferences and LUT security. Besides, PerfectLum version 3.0 supports more models of displays and measurement devices than its predecessor, which will assure easy integration with medical imaging systems of Penn Medicine.

    A trial version of QUBYX PerfectLum version 3.0 is available for download at

    About QUBYX
    QUBYX is a technology contributor to medical imaging and color management industries. QUBYX solutions include display management systems, color calibration and verification software for medical imaging and defence industries use. QUBYX software ensures that the quality of display image always conforms to the highest standards of any industry relying on professional monitors. QUBYX Software Technologies Inc. is a privately owned company, based in Wilmington, DE, USA. For more information about QUBYX, visit To read more about PerfectLum go to

    About Penn Medicine
    Penn Medicine is dedicated to high-quality patient care and service, advancing medical science through research, and educating the next generation of leaders in medicine. It includes three hospitals in Philadelphia and outpatient centers throughout the region. Penn Medicine has affiliations with some of the area's finest community hospitals and health systems. Penn Medicine is committed to remain a world-leading institution in three equally valued and inter-related missions of patient care, education, and research. The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania ranked as one of the top 10 hospitals in the United States by U.S. News & World Report for the fourth consecutive year.

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