News | November 14, 2007

DR Systems Awarded Contract with Premier for RIS, PACS

November 15, 2007 - DR Systems has been awarded a new three-year contract with Premier for its radiology information systems (RIS) and picture archiving and communications systems (PACS), reportedly allowing Premier members to utilize an exclusive offering of lease-to-purchase or flexible capital-purchase plans, deep discounts and unique imaging center packages, effective Jan. 1, 2008.

Because DR Systems provides a single-vendor solution, healthcare customers can reportedly simplify their enterprise information technology management and reduce their costs, by consolidating associated applications on one unified system with a single user interface.

In addition to purchasing a new RIS/PACS solution, Premier members will be able to take advantage of DR Systems’ approach to imaging IT. The DR Systems RIS/PACS includes numerous advanced features, including Web-based scheduling, document scanning, printing and faxing, voice recognition, dictation, transcription, management reports, advanced image processing, Web-based image report and audio clip distribution. The company’s solutions also offer archiving, digital mammography, pathology and cardiology tools, output to billing systems and services and EMR integration.

For more information: www.dominator.com and www.premierinc.com

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