Dynamic Imaging Tops MD Buyline Rankings for the Fourth Straight Quarter

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One Year of IntegradWeb PACS Customer Satisfaction Leadership

On that basis, Dynamic Imaging offers the best value on the market

Allendale, NJ, April 16, 2007--Dynamic Imaging (http://www.dynamic-imaging.com), an established leader in Web-based image and information management, has topped MD Buyline's user satisfaction rankings for four straight quarters, sustaining its position as the PACS industry's customer service leader.

MD Buyline Full Intelligence Report for PACS updates its independent rankings quarterly based on evaluations by network members, who represent 3,200 hospitals. Since MD Buyline (http://www.mdbuyline.com) published its second-quarter 2006 report last July, Dynamic Imaging has maintained the highest composite user satisfaction score of the 10 PACS vendors evaluated, including DR Systems, Agfa, Fuji, Amicas, Kodak, Siemens, GE, McKesson, and Philips.

"These results demonstrate that our customers appreciate Dynamic Imaging's dedication and expertise," said Alex Jurovitsky, CEO of Dynamic Imaging. "There is a significant gap in the PACS market today with the majority of companies delivering old technology packaged with a substandard suite of services. Dynamic Imaging is proud to remain the market leader in acute care for the past year, while, in contrast, our competitors have experienced significant variability."

IntegradWeb® PACS is a prime example of what MD Buyline calls the "winning combination"--an affordable price point combined with the highest user satisfaction. "On that basis, Dynamic Imaging offers the best value on the market," Jurovitsky said.

For the fourth quarter of 2006, Dynamic Imaging earned a composite user satisfaction score of 9.0 on a 10-point scale. IntegradWeb PACS also topped five of MD Buyline's seven individual evaluation categories as compared to all other vendors, scoring 9.2 in product flexibility, applications training, and service support; 9.1 in system performance; and 8.8 in installation/implementation.

In addition to acute care, IntegradWeb PACS was ranked the #1 PACS by ambulatory care providers, according to the annual Ambulatory/Imaging Center PACS 2006 Report, November 2006, by KLAS (http://www.healthcomputing.com), an independent industry analyst. This was the second straight year Dynamic Imaging IntegradWeb PACS received this top honor from KLAS.

"Health systems, community hospitals, radiology practices, and imaging centers are all taking note of Dynamic Imaging's consistently high scores and they are hearing good things from colleagues using our system," Jurovitsky said. "In fact, over 25 percent of our existing customers are second- and third-generation PACS users. That is a telling percentage, reflecting the industry's appreciation for our cutting-edge solutions from discriminating, experienced users."

For a free, comprehensive overview of Dynamic Imaging's MD Buyline results, please contact Brad Levin, Dynamic Imaging's vice president of marketing, at brad.levin@dynamic-imaging.com or visit http://www.dynamic-imaging.com.

About Dynamic Imaging
Dynamic Imaging is on the forefront of image and information management, bringing affordable filmless and paperless radiology to all members of the imaging community. Dynamic Imaging continues to set new standards through its innovative Web-based PACS, Web-based unified RIS/PACS solution for ambulatory practices (RIS, PACS, billing, document management, and digital dictation), intelligent applications, and state-of-the-art workflow tools for all care settings.

Used in more than 500 sites world-wide, customers include academic and community-based acute care healthcare institutions, integrated delivery networks, and imaging centers and radiology group practices of all sizes. For more information about Dynamic Imaging and its products and services, call 1-888-303-PACS or visit
http://www.dynamic-imaging.com.

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