News | January 31, 2008

RADinfo SYSTEMS Releases Secured DICOMmail

January 31, 2008 - RIS/PACS solutions provider, RADinfo SYSTEMS, has announced the release of their secured version of PowerPACS DICOMmail software, which allows physicians to send DICOM image studies and reports through common Email systems.

DICOMmail comes with RADinfo SYSTEMS' Basic RSVS Viewer and presents the ideal solution for physicians seeking outside consultation, according to RADinfo SYSTEMS. The software provides various compression algorithms and full encryption to protect patient information by means of common Email systems. A user simply needs to drag-and- drop files within the DICOMmail program, converting JPEG and BMP images into DICOM format if needed. The user can view the images in the Basic RSVS Viewer after a quick and easy Internet download of the DICOMmail application.

PowerPACS DICOMmail is available to order from RADinfo SYSTEMS. It is the first of its kind-a fast, easy, and affordable Email-based solution to securely share and distribute DICOM images and reports to physicians and patients via the Internet.

For more information: www.radinfosystems.com

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