Latest Radiology information system Stories

2012-02-21 14:05:00

Kansas-based United Imaging Consultants kicks off adoption of InteleRIS in U.S. market Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 21, 2012 Intelerad® Medical Systems, a leader in medical imaging PACS, RIS and workflow solutions, today announced that United Imaging Consultants, LLC (UIC) of Mission, Kansas is the first U.S. customer for its new InteleSuite RIS/PACS solution. InteleSuite is a complete and customizable set of RIS/PACS solutions that combines the KLAS Ambulatory category leader...

2011-10-20 12:00:00

Distributed Radiology Solutions leader unveils a comprehensive Radiology Information System to complement its IntelePACS, InteleOne and InteleConnect healthcare IT portfolio Denver, Colorado and Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) October 20, 2011 Intelerad Medical Systems announces the launch of InteleSuite TM, a complete and customizable set of RIS/PACS solutions designed to streamline workflow and augment productivity. InteleSuite creates a new alternative that combines the KLAS Ambulatory...

2011-09-29 11:00:00

CapSite 2011 U.S. Radiology Information System (RIS) Study Burlington, VT (PRWEB) September 29, 2011 CapSiteâ“ž¢ announces the release of the 2011 U.S. Radiology Information System (RIS) Study. The study is the most recent in a series of CapSite strategic industry reports focused on the Imaging IT market. The study represents unique Voice of Customer (VOC) insight from more than 360 hospitals on the market opportunity, market share and vendor mind share across...

2011-09-16 07:00:00

Telerad Tech receives the âœMedicall Innovation in Healthcare award 2011 ✠in the category of âœProduct Innovation in Healthcareâ (PRWEB) September 16, 2011 Medicall product innovation award rewards the innovative product that helps in faster diagnosis, accurate treatment, in a cost effective way. Telerad TechTM developed RADSpaTM â“ A unique radiology workflow intelligence...

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