News | February 24, 2009

NovaRad’s NovaRIS Listed No. 1 in KLAS RIS Report

Feb. 24, 2009 – NovaRad’s NovaRIS receives the highest overall performance score in the RIS community hospital market segment of the 2009 KLAS “The Revival of RIS” report.

NovaRad NovaRIS was the highest ranked Community RIS in the following categories: product has needed functionality, proactive service, supports integration goals and tied for highest ranked product for telephone/Web support.

In addition to its position in “The Revival of RIS” report, NovaRIS received a “Category Leader” designation in the Community Radiology category of the 2008 “Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Professional Services" released in December.

Featuring voice recognition and transcription, NovaRIS generates reports, measures profitability and facilitates paperless management of patient records. The system contains specialized worklists and interfaces for administrative assistants, technologists, radiologists, transcriptionists and billing specialists.

For more information: www.novapacs.com, www.KLASresearch.com

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