News | August 11, 2014

Contemporary Diagnostic Imaging implements PowerServer Tele Into its Business

Ramsoft Teleradiology PowerServer Tele Contemporary Diagnostic Imaging

August 11, 2014 — Contemporary Diagnostic Imaging (CDI), based out of Nutley, N.J., and founded in 2012, began as a sole independent teleradiology service provider. CDI currently employs six radiologists, is responsible for the diagnostic reporting of 20 outpatient imaging facilities, and provides teleradiology services for local practices, hospitals, as well as clinical research units of global pharmaceutical companies. After determining that the company’s non-hosted, initial picture archive and communications system (PACS) server was not meeting their growing needs, CDI investigated the implementation of a cutting-edge PACS solution that could deliver the kind of high quality they were looking for. Following extensive research of software solutions offered in the market they chose RamSoft’s PowerServer Tele, on the cloud, which offered improved functionality and ability-to-read-from-anywhere technology.

Alkies Lapas, chief neuroradiologist, CEO and principal of Contemporary Diagnostic Imaging, explains that the transition of the original PACS server to a more robust and innovative solution has been a big step forward for the company. “RamSoft’s PowerServerTele on the cloud includes all the bells and whistles we have been looking for to make our operation more efficient and attractive to future clients. We are finding this upgrade to be very important because image accuracy, affordability and fast turnaround times are critical in this industry.”

RamSoft’s PowerServer Tele on the cloud offers built-in customizable worklists that eliminate the need to log into disparate PACS systems to read for multiple facilities, saving time while providing clients with faster turnaround times and stimulating outstanding patient care. Designed as a completely Web-based solution, PowerServer Tele continues to provide end users with access to the system anytime, anywhere, without losing productivity. The data is transmitted via TLS encryption to ensure each transaction is secure and HIPAA compliant, and does not limit the number of users, workstations, worklists or modality licenses that other vendors require.

For more infroamtion: www.ramsoft.com

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