News | March 16, 2009

Ramsoft to Demo PACS, Digital Mammography at NCBC

March 10, 2009 – RamSoft will demo at the 19th Annual National Interdisciplinary Breast Center Conference (NCBC), March 14 -18, its PACS plus digital mammography solution that offers imaging facilities extended reading capabilities and organizational benefits.

As a leading provider in teleradiology systems, RamSoft now offers a turnkey telemammography solution, providing maximum efficiency. RamSoft’s PowerServer PACS plus digital mammography solution allows imaging professionals to read digital mammography anywhere, with its fast and efficient web-based PowerReader diagnostic workstation. Mammography specific image management and reporting tools that are typically only found on a dedicated workstation are available to everyone with PowerServer – no matter the location. Plus, RamSoft’s integration with MagView mammography reporting system makes workflows seamless and efficient.

RamSoft PowerServer PACS ranked number two in the PACS (Ambulatory) market segment in the 2008 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Professional Services report. RamSoft’s Digital Mammography solution is FDA approved for mammography, and features iCAD and Hologic CAD support, customizable viewing protocols, intelligent routing and pre-fetching. It is compatible with all modalities, scalable across multiple facilities and is IHE, HL7 and DICOM compliant.

For more information: www.ramsoft.com

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