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June 02, 2011

Radiology Information System Helps Vital Imaging Expand its Market


Vital Imaging, Inc., a leading company providing MRI equipment, recently developed a new stand-up magnetic resonance imagining (MRI) machine that allows for a walk-through tunnel scanner, as opposed to the traditional horizontal and spatially confining flat bed. These machines allow for a complete range of motion to better accurately target the patient’s pathology and can favorably serve oversized patients, large athletes, and patients with claustrophobia.

 “More doctors agree that this stand-up MRI technology captures the required images effectively, eliminating the need to repeat scans. This technology is also compatible with computer technology to capture and save images, eliminating the need for expensive traditional films and essentially surpassing the quality of conventional MRI scans,” states Chief Medical Officer, Sana U. Khan, M.D., Ph. D., in a press release.  

With the new Radiology Information System, Vital Imaging is able to maintain a well-organized, efficient database, allowing it to serve more patients and reducing the cost of healthcare exponentially.

“In this economy it is more crucial than ever to eliminate waste. More paperwork means we are wasting natural resources and incurring supply costs as well as the cost of time and labor required to process the paper work”, said C.E.O., Sam Solakyan, in a press release.

Apart from allowing Vital Imaging to serve more customers, this technology has also helped it expand its kinetic imaging medical services into Northern California.

“We are excited to announce our extension into San Jose and Hayward, California. The fact that we are in such high demand beyond our home base, Los Angeles, is a reflection of our defining principles as a company. We are constantly seeking to improve upon our top notch Information Technology, streamlining business operations and providing overall excellence in our service,” states Chief Executive Officer, Sam Solakyan, in a press release.  


Rahul Arora is a HealthTechZone contributor. He has worked as an editor and freelance writer for several reputed organizations in India. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Rich Steeves

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