Technology | August 20, 2010

Website Enables Medical Images to be Read From Anywhere

August 20, 2010 – A newly launched website enables the convenience of Web-based medical imaging software from any location. Ramsoft’s ReadFromAnywhere.com site serves as a primer for potential clients new to digital imaging or to help clinicians seeking new, cost-effective imaging solutions.

The micro site offers a line of PowerSever medical imaging solutions provide clinicians with the flexibility to access patient studies from the office, home or on the road. The fully Web-based and secure applications offer a single database, one work list, customizable workflow and flexible purchasing options.

PowerServer products are accessible from any PC-based computer with an Internet connection and provide you the flexibility to access patient studies from the office, home or on the road. Clinicians can launch the application from any Web browser and they are immediately connected to their practice’s database. The products are built on a secure SQL database and data is transmitted via TLS encryption to ensure each transaction is secure. PowerServer products are offered as PACS, full-featured RIS/PACS and Teleradiology solutions.

For more information: www.readfromanywhere.com

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