News | October 14, 2007

Plantation MRI Chooses RIS Concepts for Digital Solutions

October 15, 2007 - Plantation MRI, a diagnostic imaging center providing advanced MRI, ultrasound and X-ray services, has selected RIS Concepts to supply its digital solution to support the tracking and reporting of diagnostic exams, reportedly highlighting paperless workflow and utilizing its modality worklist and Web-based twain scanning for comprehensive digital information storage.

The RCI product family consists of flagship enterprise RCI-RIS, a browser-based multifacility application that supports a comprehensive range of advanced RIS features such as real-time scheduling, dictation, transcription, patient demographics, document scanning and billing. RCI-RIS also offers a proprietary HL7 engine, reportedly providing economical and efficient integration with other healthcare IT applications.

Also available is new RAD-RIS, a Web-based workflow application for the unique needs of radiology groups reading studies for multiple client facilities. New RAD-RIS reportedly creates an innovative integrated worklist combining studies across multiple enterprises and locations, while simultaneously interfacing PACS solutions in use at different hospital and clinics. It also features a client billing component, providing radiology groups with a complete business solution.

For more information: www.risconcepts.com

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