Technology | April 06, 2008

RamSoft Features a Trio of PACS

RamSoft will showcase its trio of PACS at SIIM 2008 including the RamSoft PowerServer Lite, an entry-level Web-based PACS designed for imaging facilities facing the financial crunch that still desire a full-featured PACS workhorse solution, The system reportedly offers an easy upgrade path to RamSoft’s complete PowerServer PACS.

Also featured will be the RamSoft PowerServer, complete Web-based PACS solution for ambulatory, teleradiology and acute care facilities, featuring its newly released physician portal. Its architecture and breadth of productivity-accelerating technologies provide performance, clinical workflow and security to ensure a perfect fit regardless of the facility size. RamSoft’s PowerServer is based on an affordable annual study volume license which yields a satisfying ROI with a minimal up front investment, said the company.

The RamSoft PowerServer RIS/PACS is now fully integrated with PowerServer PACS in one Internet client application running on a single server and database. Patient and record administration are designed to be easy to use with its scheduling, coding, document scanning and electronic forms management modules.

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