Technology | April 13, 2009

Virtual Radiologic Develops PACS Specifically for Teleradiology

April 14, 2009 – Virtual Radiologic Corp. gained FDA clearance for its vRad PACS solution.

Virtual Radiologic, a teleradiolgy company, will roll out the software to its affiliated radiologists over the next several months, gradually replacing the commercial software it currently licenses.

Virtual Radiologic has over 140 contracted affiliated radiologists located across the nation who will interpret over two and a half million diagnostic images this year through its teleradiology technology and proprietary workflow platform. vRad PACS incorporates a number of features suggested by these radiologists for ease of use and reading efficiency, according to the company.

For more information: www.virtualrad.com

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