Instituto Codas Thompson has selected RamSoft’s PowerServer™ RIS/PACS on Azure to future-proof their practice from obsolescence and lack of support in its two locations, soon expanding to a total of three.
Asuncion, Paraguay – Headquartered in Asuncion, Paraguay, Instituto Codas Thompson is an imaging center founded in 1938. As a one-stop location for all diagnostic imaging needs, with two facilities in Asuncion and a third one in the works, the Instituto is well-known in the region for its historic relevance, modern equipment, competent professionals, and active participation in the training of new professionals thanks to its involvement with local universities.
With its previous PACS system provider failing to implement the RIS, the Instituto sought to find a RIS and PACS provider that would provide complete diagnostic imaging functionality, cloud storage, and strong presence in LATAM. “RamSoft has very impressive solutions,” stated Mr. Hugo Codas Thompson, President at Instituto Codas Thompson. “Yet, establishing a relationship of trust and guaranteed support were crucial aspects when deciding on what solution to purchase. We are looking forward to what we will be able to achieve now with RamSoft’s solution.”
Offering the powerful PowerServer™ on Microsoft® Azure, RamSoft continues to empower customers to use the cloud. “Bringing our solutions to Latin America on the cloud represents a real revolution,” noted Prax Sanchez, RamSoft’s Director of Business in LATAM. “Our customers don’t have to hire extra IT personnel, nor maintain on-premise servers. This reduces their overhead cost and improves profitability. We are excited to bring this technology to LATAM.”
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.