News | PACS | February 11, 2019

INFINITT PACS wins KLAS Category Leader in PACS

The 2019 Best in KLAS: Software and Services report evaluates software vendors based on information from the 2,500 interviews KLAS does with payers and providers every month

Infinitt PACS

The 2019 Best in KLAS Awards: Software and Services report, published Jan. 31, 2019, ranks healthcare IT software and services vendors across numerous market segments based on interviews with healthcare providers. In this year’s report, INFINITT PACS ranked No. 1 Category Leader in PACS Community Hospital and #1 Category Leader in PACS Imaging Centers/Ambulatory market segments.

INFINITT PACS, introduced to the market in 1997, is one of several products that make up INFINITT’ S Enterprise Imaging solution. INFINITT also offers a powerful Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) that manages DICOM and non-DICOM images and data, and helps reduce storage and management costs through consolidation. “INFINITT takes pride in these awards as they reflect the voice of our customers,” said David Smarro, president and CEO of INFINITT North America. “We value our customers’ feedback and we’re gratified to know they appreciate our efforts to provide superior products and services.”

INFINITT stands out as one of the few vendors that develop their own technology rather than obtaining it through acquisition. This gives INFINITT a distinct advantage when it comes to support, integration and ongoing product development. INFINITT products are known for their performance, stability, intuitive user interface and innovation.

You can view the entire 2019 Best in KLAS: Software and Services report here

For more information: www.infinittna.com

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