News | October 19, 2008

Aspyra Debuting New All-In-One PACS, RIS/PACS

October 20, 2008 - Aspyra Inc. will debut its All-in-One PACS and RIS/PACS solutions at the upcoming RSNA 2008.

Aspyra’s All-in-One PACS and All-in-One RIS/PACS are designed to provide cost-effective solutions for the cost-conscious hospital, imaging center and orthopedic group practice. The economical, all-inclusive package includes Aspyra’s complete PACS or RIS/PACS software application, server, Web server, primary on-line RAID 6 archive storage, secondary DVD archive storage (enabling HIPAA compliant off-site storage backup), system backup DVDs and patient CD creator.

Aspyra’s PACS, Specialty PACS and RIS/PACS solutions are designed to meet the needs of acute care hospitals, enterprise-wide delivery networks, medium to large imaging centers and orthopedic group practices, with end-to-end solutions that automate processes at every point of patient and imaging encounter workflow.

For more information: www.aspyra.com

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