News | August 19, 2008

Intelerad Augments PACS with WorkstationOne

August 19, 2008—Intelerad Medical Systems is partnering with Three Palm Software, a developer of software products for mammography.

"IntelePACS customers who do mammography reading now have a strong solution in the combination of IntelePACS and the WorkstationOne product from Three Palm Software,” said Randall Oka, president of Intelerad. “With this partnership, we can provide customers with a complete PACS solution that includes dedicated mammography reading capability.”

Three Palm Software’s WorkstationOne was designed to meet the requirements for mammography reading. WorkstationOne includes base mammography review functionality as required to meet IHE and MQSA guidelines. Enhanced functionality in terms of workflow, integration and innovative reading tools specifically designed for mammography, reportedly differentiate WorkstationOne from other competing workstations.

For more information: www.intelerad.com, www.threepalmsoft.com

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