News | January 10, 2013

Avreo interWORKS Ranked 1st in the Community Radiology Category by KLAS

Dec. 27, 2012 – Avreo announced that KLAS, an independently owned and operated healthcare technology research organization, has ranked Avreo interWORKS 1st for Radiology (Community) in the “2012 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Services” report for the second year in a row. Avreo’s interWORKS product earned a high score of 90.9 out of 100 with a 100 percent of participators saying they would buy the Avreo solution again. 

KLAS Performance Data represents the opinions of healthcare executives, managers, and clinicians from over 4,500 hospitals and 2,500 clinics, who have rated over 750 products and services from more than 200 vendors. In addition to this #1 ranking, Avreo scored an 86.7 in the PACS (Community) category of this report. 

Avreo’s interWORKS Solution offers true enterprise-wide radiology workflow management within a user-friendly, web-based system. Its native single application, single database design unifies RIS, PACS, dictation, transcription, and report distribution into a singular system that naturally encompasses all aspects of your radiology workflow. Its WAN optimized, web based connectivity ensures radiologists, administrators, technologists, and other healthcare staff can securely and efficiently access needed information whether your enterprise resides within one or many locations. Using interWORKS, imaging centers, multi-specialty organizations, and radiology providers alike benefit from an increase in efficiency and productivity, while reducing costs at many points in the workflow. 

“We are extremely pleased to have been named the category leader in the community RIS vendor category by the independent research firm KLAS,” said John Sloan, CEO of Avreo. “Our primarily focus is providing outstanding service to our customers while continuing to advance our product based off their recommendations and requests. The feedback we receive from KLAS verifies that our goals are being met and we are providing the very best Radiology Workflow Solutions.”

For more information: www.avreo.com

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