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December 28, 2012

RamSoft Customers Select PowerServer RIS/PACS MU to Achieve Meaningful Use



In a typical radiology department, there are numerous documents created for all types of processes. Storing and then managing all these documents ultimately becomes an extra burden for healthcare professionals as documents such as patient questionnaires for MRIs, contrast reaction forms for CTs, consent forms, ultrasound worksheets and procedure requisitions are invaluable yet  need to be preserved.

That is why RamSoft, a provider of RIS, PACS and Teleradiology workflow solutions, has revealed that three imaging centers in Southern California have selected its PowerServer RIS/PACS MU to achieve meaningful use goals.

Looking to enhance patient care by offering health care professionals access to accurate and complete information about their patients, patients will also benefit from improved access to their health records and the enhanced ability to make informed decisions about their health care. RamSoft has developed the required modules, allowing radiologists to qualify for meaningful use objectives with only minimal effort.

The business offers completely customizable and dependable radiology IT solutions that are created on a single platform database infrastructure. Its products are created and tested with its users in mind to ensure improved performance, flexibility, security and standards compliance for all segments of the imaging market.

“By utilizing an EHR solution designed specifically for radiology, it takes the stress out of attestation,” said Vijay Ramanathan, president and CEO of RamSoft. “Our Certified Complete EHR takes out the guess work by collecting the necessary data to generate the needed reports.”

Recently, the company partnered with M*Modal to provide embedded speech technology as an additional means of enhancing workflow for radiologists. Speech Understanding by M*Modal is easily combined with RamSoft’s PowerServer RIS/PACS, PACS and Tele Plus systems. Based on RSNA guidelines as well as custom templates created by the end user, it works with RamSoft’s embedded reporting tools such as structured reports as well.

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Edited by Jamie Epstein
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