News | November 13, 2008

Aspyra to Unveil New Volume-Based Pricing for PACS at RSNA 2008

November 6, 2008 - Aspyra Inc. will unveil volume-based pricing for its AccessNET PACS and AccessRAD RIS/PACS solutions at RSNA 2008.

Aspyra’s AccessNET PACS and AccessRAD RIS/PACS provide affordable solutions for the cost-conscious hospital, imaging center and orthopedic group practice. Maintaining the same product functionality and scalability, Aspyra has adapted the new volume based pricing to accommodate the financial constraints facing today’s healthcare organizations. With the new volume-based pricing model, customers can “pay as they grow,” with lower upfront and long-term costs based on study volume. Included in the volume-based pricing model are unlimited radiology, diagnostic and clinical user licenses, as well as unlimited DICOM connections, further protecting healthcare organizations from future unanticipated costs as they grow their business.

Aspyra will also offer its existing customers a program to convert from traditional pricing to the new volume-based structure, or remain on their existing pricing model.

For more information: www. www.aspyra.com

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