Technology | December 17, 2014

TeraRecon Announces Any/\One Upgrade Program at RSNA 2014

First-of kind program delivers flexibility and value to customers

December 17, 2014 — TeraRecon announced the availability of a first-of-kind upgrade program called Any/\One, at RSNA 2014Any/\One upgrades provide a simple cost-effective upgrade path for current TeraRecon customers to trade-up, trade-in or transition their past investments to meet their current and future enterprise imaging needs.  

The healthcare environment today mandates that providers do more with less, which means consolidating systems, reducing costs and minimizing the number of vendors that are in providers’ healthcare IT ecosystems. 

Any/\One upgrades can include any, or all, of TeraRecon’s innovative iNtuition and iNteract+ solutions, in any combination as part of a comprehensive and affordable re-configuration. 

The program is useful in helping customers add new capabilities to their TeraRecon system, including EMR image-enablement viewers, deconstructed PACS viewers, image sharing capabilities or even newly released advanced visualization clinical functionality. Customers do not have to wait to implement new and innovative solutions as these can be funded out of current budgets that are invested in legacy products.

For more information: www.terarecon.com

 

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