News | December 17, 2007

ProSolv CardioVascular Ranked No. 1 for Cardiology PACS

December 18, 2007 – ProSolv CardioVascular, a Fujifilm company, announced that they have been ranked No. 1 by KLAS in the 2007 Cardiology PACS Study, achieving the highest total score when evaluated on 40 performance indicators, ranking first in 26 of the 40 indicators.

The high score was reportedly reached by ranking first in the majority of the 40 performance indicators, including: commitment to technology, technology easy to implement and support, works with 3rd party vendors, lived up to expectations, helps job performance, and timely enhancement releases. Furthermore, 100 percent of those surveyed said they would buy ProSolv Cardiology PACS again as well as recommend it to a peer.
The company continued to show above average CPACS product functionality in echocardiography, vascular ultrasound and nuclear cardiology, primarily due to by ProSolv's advanced integrations in these subspecialties that are supported by ProSolv's reporting capabilities.
For more information: www.prosolv.com, www.healthcomputing.com

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