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Ambulatory PACS 2008

Ambulatory PACS 2008

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Improving the quality of patient care and increasing efficiency are the twin goals of automation in imaging. Given the many PACS choices available to imaging centers, orthopedic clinics, and multi- and single specialty physician groups, potential buyers are led to wonder which vendors can supply their particular needs. Which vendors provide a stable product that is able to scale to higher volumes? Which integrated PACS/RIS products are commonly utilized? In this era of the Deficit Reduction Act (DRA), which vendors are reporting growth, and which ones are losing business? Which vendors consistently deliver?

For this research, KLAS conducted interviews with over 550 ambulatory organizations regarding the experiences they are having with their PACS vendor.

Products qualifying for ranking in the study were:

  • Agfa IMPAX
  • AMICAS Vision Series
  • Aspyra AccessNET
  • Avreo interWORKS interVIEW
  • DR Systems Unity
  • eRAD PACS
  • FUJIFILM Synapse
  • GE Centricity IW
  • Infinitt PACS
  • Intelerad IntelePACS
  • McKesson Horizon Medical Imaging
  • Merge Fusion PACS MX
  • NovaRad NovaPACS
  • Philips iSite
  • RamSoft PowerServer PACS
  • ScImage PicomEnterprise Radiology
  • Sectra PACS

Early findings were also included for BRIT Systems BRIT Roentgen Files, Carestream PACS, Empiric Systems Encompass.NET PACS, GE Centricity PACS, Intuitive Imaging Rational Imaging PACS, Medstrat echoeSYSTEM, RADinfo SYSTEMS PowerPACS Radiology, RAYPAX PACS, SIMMS PACS, Stryker Imaging OfficePACS Power, and Thinking Systems ThinkingPACS.

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