News | June 27, 2007

Ramsoft, iMedIT Bring PowerServer PACS to Turkey

June 28, 2007 - Ramsoft Inc. and overseas partner iMedIT recently announced the installation of a complete PowerServer PACS solution at a number of international healthcare facilities in Turkey.

Instillations were completed at Maltepe University, Radiology Online, one of Turkey's largest ambulatory care chains, EuroMed and Dmar Imaging Center.

Turkey's demand for medical imaging technologies is reportedly growing rapidly and is expected to reach a bed capacity of 175,000 with a utilization rate of over 60 percent in the coming years. This is creating a competitive environment where acute and ambulatory care facilities require new technologies to stay ahead.

RamSoft Image Management Solutions are reportedly designed to provide an enterprise with a single system that meets all PACS related duties. Designed around the Power Series web-based PACS architecture, all solutions guarantee the highest levels of reliability and scalability.

For more information: www.ramsoft.com, www.imedit.com

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