News | November 04, 2014

Ascendian and PACSMan Align for More Complete Medical Imaging

Partnership will bring PACS Check Up and PACS Sanity Check to healthcare providers

November 4, 2014 — Ascendian Healthcare Consulting, a national healthcare IT consultancy, will partner with Medical Imaging Expert Mike Cannavo, the "PACSMan" to deliver the PACS Check Up and PACS Sanity Check to healthcare providers seeking evaluation and optimization of their existing radiology imaging architecture.

Ascendian Healthcare Consulting, a national healthcare IT consultancy, will partner with Medical Imaging expert Mike Cannavo to deliver the PACS Check Up and PACS Sanity Check to healthcare providers seeking evaluation and optimization of their existing Radiology imaging architecture.

Cannavo has nearly 30 years PACS clinical experience and has worked on over 350 PACS projects since 1988 while operating Image Management Consultants (IMC). Ascendian has worked on over 100 healthcare projects nationwide since the company was established in 2004.

Both organizations provide healthcare operational consulting services, with Ascendian providing additional expertise in strategy, selection and deployment of Health Information technology (HIT) designed for the shifting paradigm of interoperability and exchange.

For more information: www.ascendian.com

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