News | September 23, 2013

Downey Breast Clinic Selects PowerServer RIS/PACS/MU to Manage Workflow

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September 23, 2013 –Downey Breast Clinic recently selected PowerServer RIS/PACS/MU to manage their imaging center’s workflow and to gather the necessary data to attest for meaningful use.

PowerServer RIS/PACS/MU is an all-in-one, 100 percent web-based radiology workflow application running on a single-database platform. Its fully customizable workflow engine automates every step from patient intake to report distribution and archiving. PowerServer RIS/PACS/MU supports all modalities and can manage an unlimited number of facilities, users and workstations. The optional ONC-ATCB Certified Complete EHR is designed exclusively for PowerServer RIS/PACS. It captures the necessary data to attest to meaningful use and qualify for government incentives without adding additional clicks to the radiologists’ workflow.

According to Zareen Faiz, radiologist and owner of Downey Breast Clinic, PowerServer RIS/PACS/MU was the ideal solution for their workflow because it includes all the tools necessary to manage their workflow from beginning to end, including an optional Certified Complete EHR, all in a single database application. “We selected RamSoft’s solution because they understand the needs of radiology-based businesses,” says Faiz. “PowerServer RIS/PACS/MU allows us to manage everything from scheduling to diagnostic reporting and collecting data for MU attestation one system.”

“We have the ability to customize our product to meet the specific needs of practices like Downey Breast Clinic,” says Marilyn Solano, sales and marketing director for RamSoft. “PowerServer RIS/PACS/MU will automate every aspect of their workflow so they can operate at maximum efficiency while improving patient care.”

For more information, visit: http://www.ramsoft.com/products/powerserver-pacs-overview/

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