News | September 22, 2009

Aspyra to Provide RIS/PACS to Large Outpatient Radiology Group

September 22, 2009 - Aspyra Inc. said it has contracted with Renaissance Radiology Medical Group, Inc., a leading provider of outpatient diagnostic services throughout southern California, to provide Aspyra’s integrated AccessRAD RIS/PACS solution.

Headquartered in Pomona, Calif., with 24 reading radiologists throughout the state – Renaissance Radiology performs approximately one million studies per year, providing a full array of advanced medical imaging technologies, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), CT (computed tomography), fluoroscopy, digital mammography, 3D and 4D Obstetrical Ultrasound and Bone Densitometry.

“Because we deal with a large volume of examinations from multiple locations everyday, it was important to us that we selected an integrated RIS/PACS vendor that was able to not only deliver the images to the radiologists consistently and seamlessly, but allow a level of customization that insured the right films were reaching the right
radiologists and that they could be viewed according to the individual physician preferences,” stated Monika Kief-Garcia, CEO for Renaissance Radiology Medical Group. She added that the ability to track and trend workflow from sites and referring physicians and facilitate billing was also considered an advantage.

For more information: www.aspyra.com

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