News | November 26, 2008

KLAS Ranks Avreo No. 1 for RIS/PACS Solution for Community Hospitals

November 26, 2008 - Avreo said today that KLAS Enterprises, LLC, an independently owned and operated healthcare research organization, has ranked Avreo No. 1 in the 2008 Community Hospital PACS report.

Avreo’s interWORKS and interVIEW products earned a high score of 93.7 out of 100, well above the average 83.2 average performance score. The report evaluated PACS systems from 24 vendors and results are based on the interviews of over 600 community hospitals.

Avreo received many of the leading scores in the product and technology indicators, support measurements, and business relationship categories. For receiving the highest overall performance score in the 2008 report KLAS ranked Avreo PACS as No.1 in the Community Hospital PACS market.

The Avreo PACS is built on the familiar paper workflow that radiologists are accustomed to but it digitizes that process. The MasterFolder concept facilitates physician adoption and the ASP model facilitates hospital IT acceptance. The interWORKS and interVIEW products have reportedly proven to deliver the functionality that radiologists commonly use in their daily work, and Avreo consistently supports its clients at a high level with an easy to implement, easy to use integrated RIS/PACS solution.

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