News | PACS Accessories | June 21, 2016

Redrick Technologies to Exhibit at SIIM 2016 Annual Meeting

Company’s presentation will include latest case study focusing on importance of good ergonomics in the radiology reading room

June 21, 2016 — RedRick Technologies — provider of ergonomic radiology furniture, monitor mounting solutions and reading room design guidance — announced it will be exhibiting at the 2016 Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) annual meeting, June 29-July 1 in Portland, Ore. The company’s offerings will focus on the importance of good ergonomics in the radiology reading room.

RedRick Technologies can now address the need for a more compact and cost-effective radiologist workstation that still provides a high-quality, ergonomic and fully adjustable sit/stand workspace. These new workstations will enable more healthcare facilities to benefit from the link between good ergonomics, radiologist health and productivity. RedRick Technologies provides fully integrated and adjustable reading environments that reflect a consultative approach and high standards for product design, quality and function.

Visitors to the RedRick Technologies booth at the SIIM 2016 annual meeting are also encouraged to pickup a copy of their latest customer case study about the challenges of balancing the demands of reading productivity and clinical collaboration. This case study reviews how the development of a new ergonomic reading room in the CIBC Breast Assessment Centre of the Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Center in Hamilton, Ontario, helped their radiologists overcome such challenges to the benefit of their clinical and operational workflow.

For more information: www.redricktechnologies.com

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