News | August 17, 2009

NovaRad Installs PACS in Guam

August 17, 2009 – NovaRad is extending its installations around the globe, adding Guam Radiology Consultants (GRC) in Tamuning, Guam, which signed a multi-year contract for both NovaPACS and NovaRIS.

NovaPACS is NovaRad’s complete, turnkey PACS, designed to offer fast image retrieval, full-feature viewer with intuitive interface, and 7-year on-site archive with off site emergency back up. Full screen viewing, easy to use menus and mouse-based functions are available to help enhance efficiency and referring physicians have complete access to images and reports from any computer. To complement NovaPACS, NovaRad offers NovaRIS. Developed on the same platform as NovaPACS, NovaRIS generates reports, measures profitability and facilitates paperless management of patient records.

With the new radiology systems, GRC can offer patients fast service almost always within 24 hours. Owned and operated by experienced, board-certified radiologists, GRC’s mission is to provide all patients with state-of-the-art medical imaging and prompt, high-quality service. Its imaging equipment is among the most advanced in the world and exceeds the capabilities offered by many major imaging centers.

For more information: www.novapacs.com

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