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4 Healthcare IT Topics That Need Your Attention at HIMSS ’17

4 Healthcare IT Topics That Need Your Attention at HIMSS ’17



1. Interoperability

One of the biggest challenges still, to this day, is the ability for different EHR’s to effectively exchange data with minimal complexity. It’s typically done through a variety of methods. One method being HL7, which is a framework that was […]

5 Things to Consider When Looking for a New Partnership



Beyond the obvious of satisfying geographical needs and determining like-market presence, experience, and product knowledge, it’s important to have evidence that a healthy business relationship will form, last, and be productive and profitable for both companies when considering a new partnership. In any business transaction both parties should do some due diligence […]

A Brief History of the PACS: Past, Present, & Future



It’s difficult to pinpoint when the idea of a PACS was first introduced to the medical world. Some place its inception in 1979, as the brainchild of Professor Heinz Lemke from the Technical University of Berlin; while others credit the first large-scale implementation of PACS in 1982 at the University of Kansas. […]

4 Important Reasons to Visit Booth 6730 at RSNA ‘16


1. Scratch & Win
We can’t wait to share our secret party location with you at RSNA! Visit us at booth 6730 to receive your scratch & win card; which will not only reveal the secret party location, but also give you a chance to win a fun prize.

2. Receive a 7-Minute Express […]

11 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Purchasing a New PACS



11 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Purchasing a New PACS

You’re gathering your list of PACS vendors to visit. With so many vendors out there how do you make the best use of your time to ensure it’s well spent? Simple, just consider the following when narrowing down your list to ensure manageable […]

2018-01-26T13:42:23+00:00 Categories: Blog|Tags: , , |2 Comments

5 Ways to Improve Breast Cancer Tracking and Reporting


Centers that perform mammograms in the US know their job doesn’t just stop at delivering results to the referring physician. Mammography is regulated by the government and centers need to adhere to the rules for breast cancer tracking and reporting in the Mammography Quality and Standards Act (MQSA). This means a more […]

2017-12-20T10:48:58+00:00 Categories: Blog|Tags: , |0 Comments

Remote Rendering & Why It’s Important


Remote Rendering & Why It’s Important

In diagnostic imaging the goal has always been to find faster and more efficient solutions to improve patient care and streamline radiology workflow. Radiologists went from storing images in filing cabinets to storing them in PACS, reviewing studies on hard film to reviewing them on […]

3 Common Medical Imaging Support Issues & How to Deal


3 Common Medical Imaging Support Issues & How to Deal

Supporting medical imaging systems can be a formidable task. Complex environments, security risks, and workflow management are just some of the many factors that need to be taken into account when managing and supporting medical imaging systems. This is why it’s important to […]

How to Unwind on your Next Business Trip

blog-post-unwind-next-business-tripTraveling on business can be exhausting and at times, even lonely. These things combined can start to take a toll on your health; but with the right attitude, your travel blues can easily be reversed, and your health? Improved. With that said, here’s how to make the most of your free time […]

RamSoft Introduces New CT Dose Module

A Powerful Solution to Ensure Imaging Facilities Meet CT Dose Regulations


Toronto, ON—June 28, 2016—With the increasing public and regulatory concerns surrounding imaging-related radiation exposure and the recent CT dose regulations implemented in California, Connecticut, and Texas, RamSoft has integrated with Scannerside to introduce a powerful solution: the CT Dose Module. Through real-time radiation dose tracking, analytics, and reporting, RamSoft’s […]

2017-08-22T11:28:53+00:00 Categories: Blog|Tags: , |0 Comments