Technology | January 23, 2013

Avreo PACS Version 7.4 Enhancements Introduced

Avreo PACS Version 7.4

Jan. 21, 2013 – Avreo released Version 7.4 for preview at HIMSS 2013. Version 7.4 enhancements include voice recognition improvements such as voice command shortcuts, advanced report template management and new voice recognition editor workflow to offer interpreting physicians the option to send voice recognition reports to an editor for final review prior to distribution.


“Avreo is committed to concentrating on customer needs,” stated Jonah Still, Avreo CTO.  “Focusing the release of interWORKS Version 7.4 on a specific enhancement area allows us to effectively work toward maintaining the highest level of customer satisfaction.”

Healthcare organizations can preview this and other Version 7.4 innovations at HIMSS 2013 in Avreo booth 1157.

For more information:www.avreo.com

 

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