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Ambulatory PACS 2006

Ambulatory PACS 2006

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The 2006 Ambulatory/Imaging Center Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) report looks specifically at PACS in freestanding ambulatory/imaging centers. This is the third year that KLAS has covered Ambulatory/Imaging Center PACS in a report. This research continues to track an information system of significant importance to providers, improving vendor performance scores, convergence of PACS and RIS functions and growth in the number of PACS implementations in radiology and non-radiology diagnostic services and modalities.

Findings of Interest

  • This year’s research reveals that 18 percent of the respondents are replacing their Ambulatory/Imaging Center PACS solutions with the next generation of investment for their facilities.
  • The Total Scores of the 12 Main Body Ambulatory/Imaging Center PACS vendors ranged from 91.9 for Dynamic Imaging to 83.0 for Philips in contrast to that of the Average Ambulatory/Imaging Center PACS Vendor in the KLAS Database with a Total Score of 85.5.
  • Collectively, Implementation within Budget/Cost was the most common high scoring indicator, while the most common low scoring indicator was Quality of Training.

Vendors Included in the Study

Today’s report includes a total of 27 products from 27 vendors. The 12 products that qualify to be in the Main Body of the report include: AMICAS Vision Series PACS, Avreo interWORKS, DR Systems Dominator, Dynamic Imaging IntegradWeb PACs, Fuji Synapse, Intelerad IntelePACS, McKesson Horizon Medical Imaging, NovaRad NovaPACS, Philips iSite (Stentor), RamSoft PowerServer PACS, ScImage PicomEnterprise PACS and Sectra PACS.

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