News | January 25, 2012

Avreo interWORKS Ranked No. 1 in the Radiology Community RIS by KLAS

January 25, 2012 — Avreo announced that KLAS, an independently owned and operated healthcare research organization, has ranked Avreo interWORKS first in community radiology information systems (RIS) in its 2011 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Services report. Avreo’s interWORKS product earned a high score of 89.6 out of 100, and the company itself a 100% positive response to the question, “Would you buy from this vendor again?” in the business indicators section of the surveys. This ranking builds on Avreo’s 2010 ranking where interWORKS tied for first for community RIS in the 2010 RIS in the Middle: The Integration Tug of War report.

Avreo’s radiology workflow solutions (RWS), including interWORKS, was developed from the ground up to incorporate all radiology workflow services in a single-database, single-server system. These services provide scheduling, registration, technologist quality assurance, diagnostic and clinical viewing, dictation, transcription, automated report distribution, insurance verification, precertification, mammography viewing and referring physician access.

Avreo values customer service and is pleased to accept this designation as a category leader for KLAS. “We are extremely pleased to have been ranked number one in the interWORKS community RIS vendor category by the independent research firm KLAS,” said John Sloan, CEO of Avreo. “At Avreo, our primary goal is to develop radiology workflow solutions that help our customers provide outstanding service to both patients and physicians, while streamlining their internal radiology workflow and processes. All feedback Avreo receives is applied to drive the product forward and continue to support the goals of our customers.”

The Avreo RIS emulates the familiar paper workflow common to radiology departments and community hospitals. Its Master Folder concept facilitates physician adoption by emulating a traditional radiology jacket, making it both easy to learn and access information. Avreo’s color-coded scheduling DayPlanner provides an at-a-glance status report of all appointments scheduled for every resource and modality. Automated report distribution functionality distributes reports to referring physicians through their choice of email, fax, or network printer. Avreo consistently supports its clients at a high level with an easy to implement, easy to use integrated RIS/picture archiving and communication system (PACS) solution.

For more information: www.klasresearch.com, www.avreo.com

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