Feature | June 23, 2009

INFINITT NA Reports Record Sales Volume in Q109

June 23, 2009 - INFINITT North America reported that 2009 sales volume in the U.S. has exceeded sales volume for any two consecutive quarters to date.
INFINITT offers a web-based RIS and PACS solution that supports radiology, cardiology, mammography, advanced visualization and more on a single/common database. The single-database approach, combined with off-the-shelf hardware and virtualization technology, offers extremely advanced performance and functionality at a substantially lower cost than multiple database solutions.
The INFINITT RIS/PACS is built on a relational database that eliminates the need for an interface between modules. This should provide for greater cost-efficiency for the user because this solution requires less maintenance and support.
This approach is also highly scalable, which makes it ideal in times of uncertainty, when no one knows whether they will continue to expand operations - adding new facilities and services - or split them off. It addresses the needs of the smaller, single-site imaging center as well as the multi-site healthcare enterprise consisting of multiple hospitals, specialty centers and a large referring physician network.

For more information: www.infinittna.com

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