Since 2002, DFW MRI has been a family-owned and operated practice made up of four imaging centers. DFW MRI serves the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area and is committed to providing quality imaging, fast turnaround times, and superior customer service. As part of this commitment, DFW offers its patients the latest in imaging technology in the area.
March 15th, 2019 – DFW MRI was utilizing another vendor’s PACS system since 2011. They were also using separate scheduling and billing software that did not integrate well with the PACS system. With workflow redundancy and recent upgrades causing much frustration throughout their organization, DFW MRI looked to streamline operations with a new RIS/PACS solution.
DFW chose RamSoft’s Powerful RIS/PACS solution to not only streamline their workflows but also take advantage of the appointment confirmation services through RamSoft’s OpenDoctor integration.
“It has been such a pleasure to build a relationship with the DFW family. We’re happy to be providing a much-needed upgrade in workflow efficiency with RamSofts’ All-In-One Radiology solution,” states David Castellano, Regional Sales Manager at RamSoft.
The practice also decided to add-on our cloud services option through RamSoft’s partnership with Microsoft Azure, reducing onsite hardware costs.
“We have very high expectations of RamSoft,” states John Sheilds, Vice President of DFW MRI.
DFW also experienced issues with assigning studies to the designated radiology group within their former PACS system. They were limited in what data they could pull and report with. RamSoft’s business intelligence engine, Essence™, will offer the full reporting options they’re looking for to achieve their business goals.
RamSoft offers the leading Cloud RIS, PACS, VNA, Zero-Footprint Viewer, DICOM Routing and Teleradiology software, enabling you to leverage the latest technology, while eliminating capital costs. Built using cutting-edge, single database technology, our radiology, mammography, and enterprise imaging software enables practices to optimize their workflow, cut costs, and overall, improve patient care.