Toronto, ON, Canada (PRWEB) June 28, 2007
Ramsoft, and overseas partner iMedIT, announced today they installed the complete workflow enhancing PowerServer PACS solution at a number of international healthcare facilities:
-Dmar Imaging Center, Istanbul, Turkey: This state of the art dental facility is taking full advantage of PowerServer's large breadth of functionality to streamline operational efficiency.
These new contracts reaffirm RamSoft's continuous ability to provide acute and ambulatory care facilities with reliable image management and workflow solutions. That, coupled with a strong dedication to customers, is what sets them apart from the competition; a quality that has translated well into the Turkish market.
"At our university, we would not be able to manage all this (image data) without RamSoft's PACS." Says Dr. Nuri Tasali, "Their local support and international support is great because they all are sincere and effective listeners. Online reporting, dictation, document sharing, compression setups and smart workflow setups greatly helps us. Image storage and access is very fast. Their product features and pricing beat the competition. I would strongly recommend this system. Thank you RamSoft."
Turkey's demand for medical imaging technologies is growing rapidly and is expected to reach a bed capacity of 175,000 with a utilization rate of over 60% in the coming years. This is creating a competitive environment where acute and ambulatory care facilities require new technologies to stay ahead. These recently awarded contracts establish RamSoft as a quality solution provider to the marketplace and create ample opportunity for future growth.
RamSoft provides some of the most sophisticated and complete PACS solutions to ambulatory and acute care facilities. Through the Customer Action Initiative (CAI), RamSoft is to working with radiologists, physicians, and staff to develop products that truly enhances the quality of patient care.
iMedIT provides complete PACS solutions for facilities of all sizes. Their goal is to make healthcare providers more competitive by taking advantage of PACS, clinical image communications, and healthcare management technologies.