News | August 29, 2007

Carestream Health Debuts Fully Featured RIS, Pre-Configured For Greater Affordability

August 23 — Carestream Health Inc. debuted a pre-configured version of its Kodak Carestream RIS that enables small to medium-sized hospitals to quickly achieve desired workflow efficiencies.
The Kodak Carestream RIS Standard Configuration offers exceptional functionality and comprehensive reporting. It is available immediately in the U.S.
Like the company’s successful RIS platform for the imaging center market, this RIS offers all the features needed for an efficient workflow at a cost-effective price, company officials said. An optional mammography module includes specialized scheduling, patient communication and reporting capabilities. User-friendly windows also minimize the need for training.
The RIS system’s open architecture is highly scalable and supports Web-based user access. Facility logos and diagnostic report templates are personalized for each healthcare provider and further customization can be performed at an additional cost.
Carestream Health markets fully featured RIS and PACS platforms, along with an enterprise-wide storage management architecture that manages DICOM and non-DICOM information stored on various hardware platforms at multiple locations. Carestream Radiology Solutions address the diverse operational needs of clinics, imaging centers, hospitals and healthcare networks, including orthopedic, mammography and oncology facilities.
Carestream Health, an independent company, has licensed the Kodak brand for use with its own brands, which include Carestream, Directview and Dryview.

For more information: www.carestreamhealth.com

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