News | August 16, 2010

RIS/PACS Partnership Adds Customers

August 16, 2010 – The goal of the RamSoft/eRadiology Partnership is to offer a hosting solution that leverages the latest in digital imaging technology while reducing capital costs for equipment purchase and maintenance. Last month, they added 3 PowerServer RIS/PACS customers and 2 ASP PowerServer PACS in the Southeast.
 
The common thread among all 5 customers – East Tennessee Health Partners in Knoxville, TN; Indian River MRI in Vero Beach; FL; Meadows Regional Medical Center in Vidalia, GA; EliteRAD Radiology Services Inc. in Orlando, FL, and Premier Medical Enterprise Solutions Inc., in Rosewell, GA – is that they were all looking for a customizable, full-featured solution that could be shared across their entire enterprise with a low cost of entry.
 
“The RamSoft-eRadiology Partnership offers RamSoft’s full line of PowerServer products as a completely hosted, completely managed, fully web-based solution. The fixed, fee-per-study pricing model helps stabilize costs and increase revenue while eliminating maintenance fees. This means, the customer only ever pays for what they use,” says Ken Nelson, CEO of eRadiology, LLC.
 

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