News | July 16, 2009

Infinitt Rolls Out Integrated RIS,PACS, Billing Solution

July 16, 2009 -  INFINITT North America, a web-based RIS, PACS and advanced visualization solutions provider, will partner with Great Valley Technologies (GVT) to offer its single-database RIS and PACS with fully-integrated billing capabilities.
The INFINITT RIS/PACS/Billing Solution will now be a completely integrated, end-to-end radiology software solution for physician practices, imaging centers and small hospitals.
INFINITT says it chose the GVT software for its integration capabilities, its rules-based intelligent processing and its reliability. Development of the GVT software has been ongoing since the installation of its first system in 1991.
In addition to all the image and study management functions, the integrated software solution will process claims, payments and credit card co-pays, aid in collections, conduct online eligibility verifications and create management reports.
INFINITT has developed integrated solutions for the healthcare enterprise, including RIS, Radiology PACS, Cardiology PACS, Mammography PACS, Advanced Visualization and more on a single/common database.
For more information: www.infinittna.com

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