Technology | November 04, 2008

iCRco Releases Clarity PACS, the Clear Solution for Your Digital Radiology Imaging Needs

iCRco's new digital image management and display system for radiographic imaging is available as of July 11, 2008.

Clarity is an affordable image management solution for imaging centers and medical practices using digital radiology, and sets a new milestone in ease of configuration, reliability, functionality and performance.

Clarity is scalable to meet the needs of clinician offices, multi-physician practices, radiology imaging centers, and multi-site facilities connected over the Internet. Key features of Clarity include a full-featured DICOM archive, connectivity with a RIS, HIS or third-party PACS, diagnostic viewing with web-based viewing capabilities,
a Workflow Manager, and CD/DVD burning.

“iCRco's new Clarity will enable imaging providers to transform the way that they provide digital imaging services” stated Dr. Crandon Clark, M.D. a board-certified radiologist. “Clarity will enable them to improve their communication with other physicians, better manage their workflow, and improve the delivery of their services.”

“We designed Clarity to provide high reliability and functionality at minimal cost” added Stephen Neushul, President and CEO of iCRco. “It significantly enhances clinical productivity, which reduces costs and advances the quality of patient care.”

Clarity is available either embedded in an iCRco digital radiography system or as a standalone image management system capable of supporting multiple modalities and workstations at multiple sites.

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