News | PACS Accessories | November 17, 2015

RedRick Technologies Introduces New Configuration Specific Ergonomic Radiologist Workstations

New workstations, to be introduced at RSNA 2015, meet the needs of those requiring a smaller work surface and display configuration

RedRick Technologies, configuration specific ergonomic radiologist workstations, RSNA 2015

November 17, 2015 — RedRick Technologies will be showcasing an expanded line of ergonomic radiologist reading workstations at the upcoming Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2015 annual meeting.

These new ergonomic workstations are designed to meet the needs of radiologist reading workspaces that require a smaller work surface and a smaller display configuration. This might include home office environments, remote reading areas or smaller reading rooms in radiology departments that don't have teaching requirements and where the department has standardized on a fewer number of diagnostic displays. These tables include all the sit/stand adjustments and ergonomic options that RedRick radiologist workstations are known for.

"We see a wide variety of reading environments and monitor configurations and always recommend departments standardize their radiologist display and workspace configurations," notes Greg Patrick, president of RedRick Technologies. "RedRick sales consultants always work with clients to assess the display size, weight and configuration requirements, in addition to reading room space constraints. Based upon a range of department requirements and goals RedRick will recommend the optimal ergonomic configuration."

Examples of the range of RedRick ergonomic radiologist workstations will be on display at RSNA 2015.

For more information: www.redricktechnologies.com

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