News | December 23, 2011

Intelerad Ranked No. 1 in KLAS Ambulatory PACS

December 23, 2011 — Intelerad Medical Systems announced it has been ranked No. 1 by KLAS in the Ambulatory PACS category with its IntelePACS solution. This ranking measures healthcare vendor performance based upon customer surveys and interviews conducted by KLAS. The ranking is published in the organization’s 2011 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Professional Services report.

"Since 1998, the objective of the Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards report has been to help healthcare providers make informed decisions," said KLAS President Adam Gale. "The Best in KLAS distinction represents a commitment to meeting customer expectations and we congratulate the vendors making strides in every phase of customer relations—from the sales presentation to implementation to ongoing service and support."

IntelePACS is a scalable distributed radiology solution featuring an integrated workflow and universal worklist and the easy to use InteleViewer, allowing radiologists the freedom to report studies from any location. It is part of the recently launched InteleSuite, a comprehensive suite of radiology information system/picture archiving and communications system (RIS /PACS) solutions.

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

 

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