Reduce Your Rejected Image Rate by Up to 16%

Our Smart Room Assist features are specifically designed to dramatically reduce and correct issues with patient positioning- which in turn reduce reject rates. In fact, during site evaluations, our DR Smart Room Assist features helped our customers realize an average reject rate reduction of 16% from their current rates.[1] 



Read below to learn more about how each feature helps eliminate errors, improve consistency, and simplify your workflow.


  1. Patient-Position Monitoring: From the operator console, a live camera view helps confirm patient positioning, letting you see if they’ve moved out of position prior to exposure. 
  2. Smart Auto-Position: Live camera input assesses patient’s height and size to both confirm optimal positioning and help wall stand and tubehead automatically move into the correct position.
  3. Positioning Overlay: From the console, operators can make sure the patient is in ideal position within the imaging field—before exposure—with a remote camera view outfitted with AEC cells and detector boundaries.
  4. Smart Patient Position: Augments the live camera view with overlays for patient position correction/verification, pose verification, and detector boundary—allowing for more accurate alignment and consistent image acquisition.
  5. Align Assist: From the tube head display, radiographers can verify alignment between the tube head and detector for out-of-bucky shots to avoid retakes.
  6. Audio Assist: From the console, remotely communicate back and forth with the patient to seamlessly guide them through the procedure, answer questions, and confirm precise positioning.
  7. Video Assist: Using a supplemental monitor, displays positioning guide photos to help the patient properly position themselves for the exam.



[1] During customer site evaluations using Carestream DR Smart Room Assist features.

What Our Customers Are Saying

  • “The camera for live Patient Position Monitoring is awesome, especially for verifying the positions of children. It helps us ensure that the patient has remained in the required position prior to imaging, thus reducing the likelihood of retakes.”

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