News | PACS | February 24, 2020

RamSoft will Demonstrate its Cloud-based Solution at HIMSS20

RamSoft on a mission to improve interoperability and data-security in the healthcare ecosystem

RamSoft data-security

February 24, 2020 — At this year’s Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) meeting, RamSoft will champion the cause of empowering patients and their caregivers with easier access to their imaging studies. In alignment with ONC’s proposed interoperability rules, RamSoft embraces both EMR integration and open access to imaging data for improved healthcare outcomes.

Addressing the healthcare industry’s recent cyber-attacks, RamSoft’s COO Marilyn Solano emphasized the need to protect patient data while making it accessible for connected care. In her message to the HIMSS20 attendees, she advocated cloud solutions as the key to interoperability and data security. RamSoft’s cloud-based PowerServer PACS and versatile Gateway DICOM Router can leverage the latest in connectivity and security from Microsoft Azure.

RamSoft’s vision of ‘help save patient lives’ has been the anchor for innovative solutions in image management and workflow automation. RapidResults, their HIPAA compliant zero-download image viewer, provides quick access to imaging studies and reports on any web-enabled device. As a step towards improving patient engagement, RamSoft offers a patient check-in kiosk, instant messaging, appointment reminders, follow-up surveys, etc.

For more information: www.ramsoft.com

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