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Siemens,UK, May,20,2014 St Thomas’ Hospital, part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, has installed an Artis zeeTM Multi-purpose (MP) system from Siemens Healthcare into its new state-of-the-art Endoscopy Unit.  The interventional imaging system is the first in the UK to be installed with a large 56-inch full colour screen. During the installation, Siemens worked closely with the hospital and other providers to supply a fully integrated solution. All the image signals are managed by the Siemens Large Display controller to provide a versatile display and integrate fully with the hospital’s impressive facilities. The dedicated Endoscopy Unit where the system sits includes full general anaesthetic facilities and will be used specifically to meet the hospital’s growing demand for Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio Pancreatogram (E.R.C.P) procedures. Inpatient and outpatient receiving and waiting areas also form part of the new unit, along with single-sex facilities and dedicated recovery areas. Siemens Healthcare helped to enhance protection and safety features within the area by modifying the lead rubber tableside and top-end skirt, decreasing scattered dose at endoscopist and nurse positions, making a safer environment for staff. The Artis zee M.P offers rapid image acquisition and post-processing capabilities, helping to improve departmental workflow. Equipped with all the latest CARE (Combined Applications to Reduce Exposure) features and CLEAR post processing technology as standard, the system achieves ideal optimisation to produce excellent diagnostic quality at an impressively low dose. The large screen allows clinicians to have up to 12 pre-set screen layouts for viewing flexibility and to display input from over 20 sources simultaneously.  "St Thomas’ dedication to improving patient care and equipping the hospital with state-of-the-art technology is highly commendable and we have worked closely with the hospital to provide a fully integrated solution, ” states Malcolm Pickering, Regional Sales Manager at Siemens Healthcare". “The addition of a basic Digital Subtraction Angiography package to the Artis zee also means the hospital is able to use the room as a practical contingency for Interventional Radiology work whilst one of its other three dedicated interventional radiology labs is updated and replaced by ... Read more


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Newark, DE (May 13, 2014) – Laurel Bridge Software is pleased to announce upgrades to Navigator, its newest enterprise medical image workflow solution.Navigator is a web-architected solution that can securely and reliably manage medical image fetching from multiple sources. Initiated by monitoring unlimited modality worklists or HL7 orders, it is capable of delivering ‘relevant’ images to any number of destinations. Navigator includes the ability to: • Monitor or manage image fetching workflow from any web-enabled computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.• Configure sources and destinations for each defined workflow• Define source- and destination-specific fetching, delivery, and sharing rules and workflows• Prioritize source selection, in the event the same studies exist on multiple sources• Configure study match and relevancy criteria based on patient and exam information• Support customer-specific exam match requirements, such as ‘fuzzy’ matching and body part synonym matching• Complex configurations are easily-defined and rapidly implemented using templated, plug-in scripts• Monitor and display the status of the D.I.C.O.M devices on your network.Over the last few months Laurel Bridge has successfully implemented Navigator priors fetching and workflow management at more than ten customer sites throughout the US. About Laurel Bridge Software:Laurel Bridge Software is an imaging workflow solutions company, providing solutions, tools, and services to automatically fetch, route, filter, migrate, and distribute medical image data securely and reliably. Laurel Bridge offers a full range of integration, configuration, development, and support services for the medical imaging and healthcare ... Read more

Intelerad Launches Tomosynthesis Module with …

Integration with InteleViewer™ provides an alternative to deploying dedicated breast imaging workstations Denver, Colorado and Montreal, Canada – May 13, 2014 – Intelerad Medical Systems™, a leader in medical imaging PACS, RIS and workflow solutions, today announced the launch of their Tomosynthesis Module. Integrated directly into Intelerad’s InteleViewer™, the module eliminates the need for dedicated workstations, allowing practices to easily open new revenue streams, while enhancing radiologists’ workflows by allowing them to read tomosynthesis studies from their main workstation. “At Intelerad, we’ve built a tradition of developing innovative solutions that provide real value to radiology practices,” said Randall Oka, President and CEO, Intelerad. “Our Tomosynthesis Module is no different, as it provides radiology groups with the easiest way to expand their breast imaging offerings and attract new clients, all while improving radiologists’ productivity.” Evolving from Intelerad’s Breast Imaging™ module, which provided clinical support for tomosynthesis, the Tomosynthesis Module provides radiologists with the diagnostic functionality they need to fully support the modality. Featuring a number of integrated stacking and comparison tools, the module further drives radiologists’ productivity by quickly retrieving tomosynthesis images in their proper orientation, providing automated layout protocols, and allowing images to be stored locally on their workstation. On top of efficiency gains, the module also increases patient care levels. “From a clinical perspective, the true benefit of our expanded breast imaging capabilities is that it will help increase the detection of lesions,” said Rick Rubin, Chief Engineering Officer, Intelerad. “The module also improves report turnaround time by allowing users to interact with both 2D and 3D data in a familiar workflow, and allowing them to easily interact with referring physicians and leverage reporting tools that are not commonly found in dedicated workstations.” About Intelerad Intelerad Medical Systems is a leader in distributed radiology, specializing in RIS, PACS and workflow solutions for healthcare organizations. Intelerad solutions increase productivity and streamline workflow by overcoming technical barriers in distributed and complex environments. Highly scalable, flexible and robust, Intelerad’s solutions offer high performance and industry leading customer service and support. Intelerad solutions like KLAS category leader IntelePACS® and Frost & Sullivan Healthcare Innovation Award recipient InteleOne® are used in more than 1,000 sites across North America, Oceania and the United ... Read more

GCC Countries to Pioneer the Implementation of …

Healthcare delivery systems and technology within digital hospitals to be discussed at Architect’s Congress in Dubai Dubai, UAE, May 13, 2014 -  Technology improves the efficacy of communication between hospital care givers in order to ensure the quality of patient care. This is essential given the often complex and multifaceted nature of the tasks associated with care delivery and planning in healthcare environments. Healthcare institutions in the GCC are now transforming into digital hospitals in order to facilitate healthcare delivery, ultimately ensuring the quality and safety of the care that their patients receive. Speaking at the Architect’s Congress during the Hospital Build & Infrastructure Middle East Exhibition & Congress from 2-4 June 2014 in Dubai, UAE, Mr Mounir Marhaba, Program Director, King Khalid Medical City, Saudi Arabia, will deliberate the emergence of digital hospitals in the GCC and whether the region is ready to embrace the technology available. According to Mr Marhaba, “The GCC is investing heavily in its healthcare services infrastructure and the region stands poised to take full advantage of becoming the pioneer in implementing integrated digital hospitals. Even if the vision, know-how, and financial investments are in place, the road to excellent patient care will not be cheap. The development of digital hospitals is becoming more of a critical reality than a ... Read more

Image Quality and Services Enhanced with Definition …

SIEMENS, UK, May 12, 2014 - Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor, part of the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, has enhanced image quality while simultaneously decreasing dose with the addition of a SOMATOM® Definition Stellar Edge from Siemens Healthcare. The Definition Stellar Edge is founded on Siemens' revolutionary combination of the Stellar Detector and the unique STRATON X-ray tube (with Siemens' z-Sharp Technology) which offers unprecedented image quality and detail at significantly reduced patient exposure. The Stellar Detector is the first fully integrated detector with True Signal Technology whereby electronic detector components are integrated into the photodiode to virtually eliminate electronic noise and improve signal-to-noise ratio. This enables enhanced visualisation in all examinations but especially in examinations where signal is low, such as imaging bariatric patients. Additionally, component integration reduces ‘cross-talk’ to allow the generation of thin slices with ultra-high 0.30mm isotropic spatial resolution in daily routine. Patients are also benefitting from a more comfortable examination as the Definition Edge is a wide-bore system with a pitch of up to 1.7 providing the acquisition speeds of up to 230mm/s, the fastest single source CT acquisition produced by Siemens. This has proven beneficial for breathless, claustrophobic and other difficult to image patients, in addition to increasing overall patient throughput. “The Definition Edge from Siemens Healthcare is a valuable asset to the department. The system is incredibly intuitive and straightforward to use, and the dose saving capabilities mean that only half the dose is required when imaging the head than that of our previous system,” states Sue Scott-Lee, Lead Radiographer at Ysbyty Gwynedd. “As a hospital we pride ourselves in providing the patient with a quality service, so we are thrilled to be able to make patients feel more comfortable during imaging procedures.”“Ysbyty Gwynedd required a system that provided clinicians with excellent image quality at low dose. We are delighted that they chose the Definition Edge to achieve this,” states John Brady, Regional Sales Manager at Siemens Healthcare. “As imaging can be an uncomfortable experience for certain patients, it is important clinicians feel comfortable using the technology so an accurate diagnosis can be obtained quickly and effectively, resulting in a more relaxing experience for the ... Read more

Advanced Data Systems and Merge Healthcare Partner to …

New iConnect® Network partnership with ADS delivers real-time clinical data directly into referring physicians’ EHRs enabling increased referrals while satisfying regulatory requirements and reducing costs Paramus, NJ – May 9, 2014 – Advanced Data Systems Corporation (ADS), a leading provider of healthcare automation including MedicsRIS™, MedicsDocAssistant™ EHR for Radiology, and MedicsPremier™ PM,  today announced a new strategic partnership with Merge Healthcare Incorporated (NASDAQ: MRGE), a leading provider of clinical systems and innovations that seek to advance healthcare. Integrating Merge’s iConnect Network with ADS’ MedicsRIS will enable the referring physician communities of ADS’ radiology clients to receive and view exam results and diagnostic quality images (using a diagnostic display) as well as other critical patient information as transmitted from within MedicsRIS. This type of advanced interoperability between radiologists and providers results in decreased duplicate tests and radiation exposure, improving patient outcomes and increasing physician satisfaction. It also reduces the cost of care and helps the radiology practice’s referring physicians attest for Meaningful Use Stage 2’s (MU2) imaging requirements by receiving real-time access to viewing critical diagnostic information directly into their EHR, including imaging studies.  “Traditional methods of information delivery between our radiology clients and their referring physicians will be dramatically improved with the integration of MedicsRIS and Merge’s iConnect Network, enabling referring physicians to receive radiology reports and patient images directly into the referring physicians’ EHRs, regardless of which EHRs they use,” said David Barizillai, President of ADS. “The transmitting and sharing of these studies to caregivers is revolutionized using the iConnect Network. This type of technology benefits everyone including those who are the most important:  the patients themselves.” “We are excited to build a new strategic alliance with ADS. Partnerships such as this are critical to iConnect Network’s long-term success, as they provide new opportunities for both adoption and growth of the service,” said Justin Dearborn, CEO of Merge. “With this new collaboration in place, we are broadening the market reach of iConnect Network so more providers can build their referral relationships, improve physician satisfaction and ultimately enhance the patient experience across their communities.” About Merge Merge is a leading provider of clinical systems and innovations that seek to transform healthcare. Merge’s enterprise and cloud-based solutions for image intensive specialties provide access to any image, anywhere, any time. Merge also provides clinical trials software and other health data and analytics solutions that engage consumers in their personal health. With solutions that are used by providers and consumers and include more than 25 years of innovation, Merge is helping to reduce costs and improve the quality of healthcare worldwide. About Advanced Data Systems (ADS) Advanced Data Systems (ADS) is a leading provider of interoperable automation solutions to imaging centers, medical practices, behavioral health practices, and to revenue cycle management companies. The Medics Suite from ADS includes MedicsDocAssistant (version 7.0 is certified by ICSA Labs™ as a complete EHR for Stage 2 Meaningful Use), MedicsPremier™ and MedicsElite™ for comprehensive practice management, and MedicsRIS™ for radiology. The Medics Suite is integrated as a unified solution or can be obtained separately per the needs of the practice. They can be utilized in Cloud / ASP format or Client Server (customer hosted) formats. ADS provides quick Implementation, comprehensive Training and excellent ongoing Support with Updates. Thousands of providers rely on solutions from ... Read more


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SIEMENS, UK, May 8, 2014 - University Hospital of North Durham, part of County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust, has recently installed an Artis zeego™ multi-axis system from Siemens Healthcare. The system is integral to the North East’s only endovascular hybrid theater, allowing clinicians to treat patients with vascular problems in a minimally invasive way to improve quality of care. The Artis zeego allows patients with blockages in their blood vessels, wherever possible, to be treated using ‘key-hole’ techniques. This includes angioplasties and stents that may be used to clear blocked arteries. In addition, vascular patients with other diagnoses such as aneurysms and those requiring a combined surgical and endovascular procedure are benefitting from the system. The new theatre is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, improving access to endovascular services in emergency cases.  Based on robotic technology, the Artis zeego provides clinicians at North Durham with the flexibility to image through its virtually unrestricted access and C-arm positioning. It can be controlled with far greater ease and precision than a conventional C-arm system, providing advanced cross-sectional imaging and full-body coverage. It also features a variable isocenter, which means the working height of the system can be adjusted to reduce fatigue during long procedures. “The new hybrid theater means we will have high-end imaging technology co-located in a ‘clean-air’ operating theatre setting. Patients should be able, wherever possible, to have their treatment completed in one episode of care,” states Mr Philip Davey, Consultant Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon at University Hospital of North Durham. “The whole patient journey will be more convenient and efficient, providing the patient with a better experience and the trust with a more cost-effective service.” “University Hospital of Durham is dedicated to offering the highest quality of care and improving local patient access, outcomes and cost-efficiencies,” states Neil Lincoln, Regional Sales Manager at Siemens Healthcare. “By installing the Artis zeego into its hybrid theater, the hospital is able to provide endovascular care in a seamless and non-invasive way. We are delighted to work with the hospital on this project and see the improvement in the quality of care offered to vascular patients in the ... Read more

First UK Installation of Definition Edge Improves …

SIEMENS, UK, May 7, 2014 - Nevill Hall Hospital, part of Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, has become the first hospital in the UK to install a SOMATOM® Definition Edge CT system from Siemens Healthcare. The addition of the new system has enabled the hospital to enhance image quality whilst keeping doses to a minimum, allowing for the delivery of rapid and effective diagnostic services. The SOMATOM Definition Edge offers high temporal resolution imaging and high acquisition speed. The system incorporates a Stellar Detector, the first fully integrated detector that significantly reduces electronic noise and generates ultra-thin slices, for improved spatial resolution in CT. This helps to minimise image motion artefacts, and proves particularly useful with patients who are unable to remain still for extended periods, or when imaging  fast-moving organs such as the heart. The combination of the reduced noise level of the Stellar Detector and SAFIRE, Siemens’ raw-data-based interactive reconstruction, is the perfect match for imaging at a clinically relevant dose. The Definition Edge introduces a new imaging technique into single-source CT examinations where two scans are performed in succession with different energy levels, each using only about half the dose usually applied. Radiographers at Nevill Hall Hospital have been impressed with the image quality offered by the new system and its intuitive interface. “The Definition Edge CT system from Siemens Healthcare has enabled us to deliver improved diagnostic services to our patients, with the enhanced imaging enabling informed decisions to be made that could make a critical difference,” states Andrew Carter, Radiology Services Manager at Nevill Hall and the Royal Gwent Hospitals. “Siemens is proud to support the patient care pathway at Nevill Hall Hospital with the UK’s first SOMATOM Definition Edge,” states Darren Parker, Regional Sales Manager at Siemens Healthcare. “The Definition Edge is Siemens’ fastest single-source CT system, helping to improve departmental workflow. It has also been supporting Nevill Hall with a number of dose reduction features, while maintaining excellent image quality for improved diagnostic safety and ... Read more

The British Polio Fellowship Supports New Regulations …

UK, May 6, 2014 - Following the spread of wild Poliovirus in Asia, Africa and Middle East, The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared what it calls “a public health emergency of international concern” and as it fights to protect its ground breaking progress towards eradicating the virus across the globe, The British Polio Fellowship CEO, Ted Hill MBE, has offered his support as WHO ensure that all possible measures are taken across the globe to stop any further outbreaks from occurring. Since the start of this year there have been 68 new cases of Polio, a rise from only 24 at this point last year. The virus has also been exported to three new countries from severely affected areas on three separate occasions; including Pakistan to Afghanistan, Syria to Iraq and from Cameroon to Equatorial Guinea and if measures are not taken straight away to stop further spread, then all of WHO’s previous work in administering the Polio virus to countries in a hope of eradicating the disease world wide by 2018 could be undone. “The British Polio Fellowship is well aware of the hard work WHO has undertaken in eradicating this disease across most of the globe,” said The British Polio Fellowship CEO, Ted Hill MBE. “Yet if countries in these affected regions cannot prevent the spread of the disease across their borders, then all the progress could go to waste as the disease takes a hold once more. Eradication of Polio globally by 2018 would be a truly remarkable achievement, but these current cases highlight the enormity of the task.” The director general of the health organization has set clear guidelines to countries that could be under threat from the virus. The first of these recommendations includes nations in the affected regions declaring a national public health emergency, they also have to ensure that additional doses of the vaccine are issued to residents of these nations and long term visitors, as well as guaranteeing that all visitors carry the relevant WHO “yellow booklet” which acts as proof of vaccination. These measures are to be undertaken alongside current eradication efforts, as WHO continues to administer vaccinations to areas severely affected by the virus. It is not clear yet whether these cases will have any bearing on the western world, it is important that all nations ensure everyone arriving has been vaccinated and carries the right paper work. “It’s a worrying time, the last case of Polio in the UK was 1982 and over 120,000 people still suffer with the late effects of Polio and Post Polio Syndrome (PPS). I would like to encourage vigilance from all relevant authorities to ensure the virus does not spread further.” As we enter what is generally considered high transmission season for the spread of the disease without countries taking these measures the spread of the virus, more cases can be expected if WHO’s advice is not taken on ... Read more

Pall Mall Medical to Provide Holistic Diagnostic …

SIEMENS, UK, May 6, 2014 - Pall Mall Medical, a private diagnostic and surgical centre in Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside, has recently installed three new medical imaging systems from Siemens Healthcare. The MAGNETOM® Aera MR, SOMATOM® Emotion CT and Multix Select DR systems will allow the centre to provide a holistic diagnostic service provision to its patients. The centre, which provides full day care diagnostic facilities and 12 beds, will have the systems in use seven days a week. “We are delighted to expand our diagnostic provision with three Siemens Healthcare systems. We have a great relationship with Siemens and look forward to working with them in the future,” states Dr Sanjay Pitalia, Co-founder and Director of Pall Mall Medical. “Staff have commented on the ease-of-use of the systems and in particular the excellent image quality of the MAGNETOM Aera.” The MAGNETOM Aera, chosen for its excellent image quality and top of the range specifications, features a 70cm bore with a short system design for high patient comfort and ease of access. The system will be used for general MR imaging along with sports injuries. The system’s detachable table and Tim® 4G integrated coil technology are assisting with ease-of-use. This has been facilitated further with the system’s user-friendly interface and syngo® applications. The SOMATOM Emotion system will be used in the areas of colonoscopy, cardiac and general CT. The Emotion delivers high-end image quality and maintains a low dose through the Ultra Fast Ceramic (UFC)™ Detector. The Multix Select digital X-ray offers a full spectrum of general and specialized procedures and will be used for general X-ray, chest and musculoskeletal work. The system provides head to toe coverage and a comprehensive weight capacity. Philip Tesh, Regional Sales Manager at Siemens Healthcare states, “Pall Mall Medical is dedicated to providing an efficient and holistic experience for its patients in this new purpose built state of the art facility. Siemens is pleased to be working in partnership to enhance this. The trio of new imaging systems is already having an immediate positive effect on the services available at the ... Read more


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SIEMENS, UK, May 1, 2014 - Saint Mary’s Hospital’s ultrasound department sees over 200 patients a day and the hospital delivers up to 9,000 babies a year. Its latest new arrival is an ACUSON S1000™ from Siemens Healthcare to be used for obstetrics and gynaecology work. The ACUSON S1000 replaces a previous-generation Siemens system and was chosen for its image quality and excellent ergonomics. The system has been designed to enhance ease of access for the clinician and it is already reducing Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) in the department. The S1000 also features the syngo® Auto OB Measurements application, providing the ability to auto-measure six major fetal structures required for routine biometric measurements. This has been shown to provide up to a 75% reduction in keystrokes, helping to increase the speed of an examination and giving sonographers at the hospital the ability to generate semi-automatic fetal measurements. Clinicians hope this will lead to a faster examination for the patient and an increasingly accurate procedure. “We selected the ACUSON S1000 because it offers clear and precise imaging. The fetal heart settings and cardiac presets have been particularly useful in making a fast and accurate diagnosis, increasing staff confidence,” states Lesley Lorimer, Lead Sonographer at Saint Mary’s Hospital, part of Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. “Our team have also benefited from the system’s excellent ergonomics, which has made users feel very comfortable performing procedures and has reduced RSI in the department.” “This is Saint Mary’s Hospital’s first ACUSON S1000, joining an array of other Siemens systems in the ultrasound department. We are delighted that patients and sonographers have been able to benefit from its accurate imaging,” states Richard Evans, Regional Sales Manager at Siemens Healthcare. “Saint Mary’s Hospital is a large and modern hospital that deploys the most advanced technologies available in order to provide women, babies and children with the best possible care – we are proud to continue our long term imaging partnership with ... Read more

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh to Boost Imaging …

SIEMENS, UK, April 29, 2014 - Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, part of NHS Lothian, has ordered a ceiling-mounted Artis zeeTM interventional imaging system and a MAGNETOM® Aera MR system from Siemens Healthcare to bolster its imaging services. The technology was procured as part of the NHS Lothian imaging equipment replacement programme, meeting the continued requirement to provide optimal diagnostic imaging to patients. The Artis zee system was in part chosen for its syngo® DynaCT application, its auto mark functionality and the ability to turn to a previous position without requiring additional dose. Staff believe the intuitive interface will provide ease-of-use for a range of interventional procedures such as the insertion of lines, endovascular aneurysm repair and chemoembolisation. The ceiling-mounted aspect of the system will provide additional flexibility for clinicians, providing them with enhanced patient access. The system will be installed with a large 56-inch full-colour screen which allows clinicians to have up to 12 pre-set screen layouts for viewing versatility and to display input from over 20 sources simultaneously. The monitor will also allow the image size to be enlarged without increasing dose, benefitting both patients and staff. Equipped with all the latest CARE (Combined Applications to Reduce Exposure) and CLEAR post-processing technology, the Artis zee achieves ideal optimisation to produce excellent diagnostic quality at an impressively low dose. The MAGNETOM Aera, which joins the hospital’s existing MAGNETOM Avanto MR, was chosen for its excellent image quality and ease-of-use. The system will be used for various MR procedures including neurology, orthopaedics, angiography, cardiac, gynaecology and oncology. The Aera provides a 48 channel system and lightweight coils to give radiographers the flexibility to personalise examinations for patients based on their condition and clinical indication. Clinton Heseltine, Chief Radiographer and Radiology Services Manager said. “The team of experienced radiographers are looking forward to the new facilities and we are dedicated to ensuring the hospital remains at the cutting edge of technology.” James Weir, Regional Sales Manager at Siemens Healthcare states, “Heightened awareness of personal health issues among patients has resulted in conditions being diagnosed earlier and as a result case loads are increasing. Siemens is committed to providing Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and a number of other sites in Scotland with the most recent technology, helping to support the efficiency and range of ... Read more

Velocity Urgent Care Expands Practice; Utilizes …

April 24, 2014 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Founded in 2010 by partners Dr. Aleksandr Gorenbeyn and Dr. John Yaylagul, Velocity Urgent Care opened its first facility in Rocky Hill, CT in mid-2011. Sharing over 20 years of emergency room experience, they saw an opportunity to provide high-quality, passionate care for those with urgent medical needs. As part of the build-out, they selected RamSoft’s PowerServer XU to manage the radiology workflow at their busy facility. They recently expanded their practice to provide service to a larger geographic area; adding a second facility in Southington, CT. Pleased with the way PowerServer XU managed their busy radiology workflow at Rocky Hill, and the flexibility with which they could expand their study volume license, they now use XU to manage their workflow across two locations. PowerServer XU is a specialized version of RamSoft’s PACS designed for facilities like Velocity that have in-house modalities, like ultrasound and x-ray, and require a fast and efficient way to interpret studies locally or route to on-call radiologists for interpretation. It is built on the same platform as RamSoft’s full-featured PowerServer PACS. It possesses the same features to automate workflow and also provides a powerful diagnostic viewer for reading physicians. According to Dr. Aleksandr Gorenbeyn, PowerServer XU provides Velocity Urgent Care with the ability to immediately view patient studies so they can assess their current situation and plan a course of treatment. “Patients in need of urgent medical care rely on us to diagnose them quickly,” says Dr. Gorenbeyn. “PowerServer XU provides our center with the tools to make that happen.” Sales and support is facilitated by Advanced Medical Xray, a RamSoft distributor serving Connecticut and surrounding areas since 2008. According to Mike Bushior, president of AMX, he values his relationship with RamSoft because they offer clients, like Velocity Urgent Care, with robust radiology workflow solutions that can be customized to each organizations particular requirements. Marilyn Solano, director of sale and marketing for RamSoft notes that patient care is the number one consideration when developing their software. She adds, “A lot of anxiety can build waiting for a diagnosis, especially in urgent situations, like those seen at Velocity. By providing our customers with tools they need to perform accurate and timely diagnoses, they can alleviate patient worry and develop trust. When a patient is satisfied with the service they receive, they will likely return which also improves business.” About RamSoft, Inc.: RamSoft, a Canadian IT software and services company with 20 years of experience, is dedicated to developing and delivering cost effective RIS, PACS and Teleradiology solutions for its clients in the U.S. and around the world. The company’s goal is to enable imaging facilities, radiology centers, and ambulatory and acute-care practices to continue offering superior patient care while improving workflow efficiencies. RamSoft, Inc. offers a wide range of affordable and feature-rich solutions such as the PowerServer™ Series of PACS, RIS/PACS, Teleradiology, and patient information management ... Read more

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