TORONTO, ON — This year’s RSNA was a week of many firsts. Of these, the one that stood out for RamSoft was the surprising turn out of small imaging practices seeking their cloud PACS. “While hospitals, imaging facilities, and radiology groups are our usual visitors, this time it was interesting to have small practices asking about our cloud-based infrastructure in addition to our solutions for virtual consultations, online access to reports, and remote reading.” — Al Kappel, Director of Global Sales.
For over a decade, RamSoft has been encouraging practices to adopt cloud solutions for reasons such as security, guaranteed uptime, remote accessibility, scalability, and cost savings. The cloud PACS, which was also a part of RamSoft’s successful covid19 toolkit from earlier this year, has helped customers sustain their business during the pandemic and become future-ready. “Our customers that made the timely switch from on-premise to cloud were easily able to adapt to the remote environment.” — Prax Sanchez, Director of Business for LATAM.
A new addition to RamSoft’s cloud-based solutions is its business intelligence tool. The real-time insights offered using data visualization are expected to support practices in making smarter business decisions. With a visual map as a guide, customers should be able to easily identify gaps in efficiency and thereby carry out the required improvements at both the patient level and practice level.
As for RamSoft’s foreseeable growth plans, cloud solutions will be one of the mainstays while they continue to improve and innovate their offerings to meet the changing industry needs.
RamSoft offers the leading Cloud RIS, PACS, VNA, Zero-Footprint Viewer, DICOM Routing, and Teleradiology software, enabling healthcare practices 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.