By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
December 1, 2013

PACS vendor RamSoft has upgraded several of its systems and is showcasing them at RSNA 2013.

The latest version of PowerServer, version 6.0, with the new RamSoft Console allows users to launch applications on their smartphones. PowerServer is compliant with stage 2 meaningful use regulations and addresses the requirement to have all orders and clinical information received electronically, while eliminating the need for many HL7 interfaces and manual processes necessary to capture required patient data, RamSoft said. It will also send reports and links to images directly to referring physician electronic health records (EHRs).

PowerServer 6.0 supports localization for international markets with multiple languages, as well as customization to local healthcare requirements, the company said. Data transfer compression/decompression rates of images have been sped up as well.

In addition to PowerServer upgrades, the RapidResults physician portal automatically sends diagnostic reports and study images to referring physicians, and it now has enhanced functionality, such as window/level and the ability to view more than one image at a time.

RamSoft launches new workflow application
RamSoft has launched a new workflow application for U.S. imaging centers that need a Web-based imaging workflow and practice management system that is...
RamSoft debuts RIS/PACS for Latin America
PACS vendor RamSoft has unveiled PowerServer Nube, a Spanish-language RIS/PACS for the Latin American market.
RamSoft wins Ohio contract
PACS vendor RamSoft has won a contract with an Ohio teleradiology firm.
RamSoft adds to installed base
PACS vendor RamSoft has received an order from Downey Breast Clinic in Downey, CA.
RamSoft completes upgrade in Hawaii
PACS vendor RamSoft has upgraded the existing PowerServer PACS at Hawaii Advanced Imaging Institute in Honolulu to a PowerServer RIS/PACS/MU.

Copyright © 2013 AuntMinnie.com

Last Updated hh 12/1/2013 1:52:10 PM