News | July 23, 2007

Radiological Physician Associates Selects Neurostar VRN for Multi-Site Reading

July 24, 2007 - Radiological Physician Associates (RPA) has selected Neurostar’s Virtual Radiology Network (VRN) for the management and communication of images for its radiology reading group serving 19 sites, implementing a system that enables image access and management at multiple locations offered as a managed services model with built-in IT support.

The VRN provides a range of special features and functionalities that streamline reading across multiple sites. This includes consolidation of studies into a single offsite Neurostar-managed platform that serves as focal point for integrated image management. Studies are sent using the Internet to the platform and once onsite are directed for reading to the appropriate radiologist, wherever located. This eliminates the need to install and fund proprietary network connections. A worklist for each RPA physician, integrating studies across all acquisition sites, speeds workflow.

For more information: www.neurostarsolutions.com

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