News | November 19, 2013

KLAS Names Accelarad Top-Ranked Medical Image Exchange Vendor

Accelarad receives high marks for its ability to improve efficiency, patient care in the marketplace

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November 19, 2013 — Accelarad, a cloud-based medical image sharing solution, was named the top-ranked image exchange vendor in KLAS Research’s report, “Image Exchange 2013: A Close Look at Accelarad, November 12, 2013.” Accelarad earned an 89.6 on KLAS’ independent evaluation.
 
KLAS evaluated Accelarad’s platform based on security, workflow, scalability, new-sender setup and viewers. While Accelarad received between 4.2 and 4.8 out of 5 in each category, the report also revealed that 30 percent of Accelarad’s customers reported better image access and throughput of patient care. Moreover, 100 percent of customers said Accelarad’s product was a part of their long-term plans, while 50 percent currently use its mobile application with nine percent planning to use the app in the future.
 
“Major success with using seemyradiology.com is reflected in providers being able to accomplish more efficient, expedited care because they get images more quickly,” said Brady Heiner, report author and research director, KLAS. “Providers noted that sending images via the cloud with seemyradiology.com platform is easier than burning CDs and the facilities receiving the images like the process better.”
 

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