News | August 22, 2007

Prime Healthcare Services Selects Dynamic Imaging’s IntegradWeb PACS

August 23, 2007 - Dynamic Imaging announced today that Prime Healthcare Services has selected IntegradWeb PACS to establish picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) in five hospitals that it currently owns and manages.

IntegradWeb PACS is said to seamlessly interface with the MEDITECH hospital and radiology information systems (HIS/RIS) and electronic medical records (EMR) systems used in Prime Healthcare's diverse hospital settings, giving radiologists and referring physicians complete, anywhere access to radiology images and reports. IntegradWeb PACS has demonstrated integration with all MEDITECH information system platforms (MEDITECH Client/Server and Magic) and EMRs (MEDITECH EMR and PCI) reportedly making future PACS integrations at Prime Healthcare facilities straightforward, cost-effective and easily replicable.

The rapidly expanding hospital management company in southern California has recently gone live with the Web-based IntegradWeb PACS at Montclair Hospital Medical Center, Montclair, CA, Huntington Beach Hospital, Huntington Beach, CA, La Palma Intercommunity Hospital, La Palma, CA, and West Anaheim Memorial Hospital, Anaheim, CA. Paradise Valley Hospital, National City, CA, is the fifth and most recent Prime Healthcare hospital to install IntegradWeb PACS, which is due to go live in December 2007.

For more information: www.dynamic-imaging.com

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