News | May 20, 2007

SourceMedical Enters Major RIS, PACS Contract

May 21, 2007 – SourceMedical recently announced new contract signings for the company's SourceRad solution with Nueterra Healthcare LLC, a provider of development and management services to surgical facilities and Regent Surgical Health, a developer and manager of surgery centers and physician-owned hospitals around the country.

SourceRad is an integrated, Web-based RIS/PACS/Billing solution that reportedly allows imaging centers to streamline workflow, maximize operational efficiency and reduce costs. Suitable for both independent facilities and large corporations alike, SourceRad is said to improve productivity and cash flow while strengthening clinical, financial and administrative processes.

Nueterra Healthcare's Surgical Institute of Reading, Reading, PA and Houston Physicians' Hospital, Webster,TX will be the first of several facilities to “go live” with the systems and will incorporate the company's Web-based RIS/PACS software solutions and long-term archiving services.

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