News | April 30, 2008

Aspyra to Showcase Clinical, Diagnostic Solutions at NRHA

May 1, 2008 – Aspyra Inc. will demonstrate the latest release of AccessRAD RIS/PACS and CyberLAB LIS products at the upcoming National Rural Health Association (NRHA) 2008 Annual Conference held in New Orleans, LA, May 7-10, focusing on the specific needs and requirements of the rural health environment.

The company will demonstrate the workflow efficiencies available within its Laboratory Information System (LIS), Radiology Information System (RIS) and Picture Archive Communication System (PACS) product solutions.

AccessRAD RIS/PACS aims to provide a complete imaging department solution that automates all aspects of the patient encounter and image workflow within the radiology environment. CyberLAB LIS is a system used to fully automate and manage complex clinical laboratory processes, meeting the business and operational requirements of today’s budget conscious organization.

For more information: www.aspyra.com

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