News | October 03, 2014

RamSoft Unveils Latest in Imaging Informatics at RSNA 2014

RamSoft celebrates its 20th anniversary by unveiling the latest in Imaging Informatics at RSNA 2014. Single database PowerServer RIS/PACS 6.0 is simple and intuitive. Its feature rich workflow engine provides all functions traditionally found in disparate RIS, PACS, radiology EMR, reporting, physician portal, and analytics software from within a single product.
 
PowerServer’s new user interface further increases productivity by reducing unnecessary clicks and automating frequent tasks. This year, RamSoft is also showcasing new additions to the product line: Essence — an enterprise business analytics module, along with RapidResults — a powerful clinical image and report viewer app that allows direct messaging between internal and external healthcare providers, making a breakthrough by improving global healthcare communication.
 
Ramsoft's products include RIS/PACS, teleradiology software, diagnostic viewers and DICOM routing software. 
 
Stop by their booth 8113 to get a consultation and product demonstration on the latest technology in the market today. 
 
 

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