News | PACS | November 22, 2017

Diagnostic Centers of America Selects Intelerad's Medical Imaging Platform

Intelerad’s solutions will allow the Florida-based group to improve performance for storing, retrieving and routing medical images

Diagnostic Centers of America Selects Intelerad's Medical Imaging Platform

November 22, 2017 — Intelerad Medical Systems announced that Diagnostic Centers of America (DCA) has selected Intelerad’s IntelePACS (picture archiving and communication system) as its medical imaging platform.

“At DCA, our goal is to provide the best patient experience possible,” said Alan Shullman, chief operating officer at Diagnostic Centers of America. “With Intelerad’s medical imaging platform, our aim is to optimize performance so we can provide the highest quality interpretations in the shortest amount of time.”

Operating across five sites in South Florida, Diagnostic Centers of America (DCA) has earned a reputation for quality and excellence, and providing superb diagnostic imaging, thoughtful patient care and subspecialized radiological interpretations.  

Through their IntelePACS deployment, DCA will gain a robust platform for storing, retrieving and routing medical images, as well as InteleViewer, an intuitive, feature-rich diagnostic viewer that is easy to use. Designed to provide radiologists (including subspecialists) with an improved reading and reporting workflow, InteleViewer provides highly customizable toolsets and a flexible interface.

For more information: www.intelerad.com

 

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