“We are very pleased with the team’s expertise, professionalism and attention to detail. Our transition to ProtonPACS has been smooth and seamless.” — Erica Hutchison, Project Manager at Hutchison Sports Medicine.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (PRWEB) January 03, 2019
Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), onboarded five new ProtonPACS clients in the fourth quarter of 2018. Furthermore, the company expanded its existing PACS relationships, launching six new instances of ProtonPACS for existing customers and bringing the total number of installations for the quarter to 11. In 2018, the company deployed a total of 48 new instances of ProtonPACS and expanded its clinical service to include several new MRI interpretation clients.
Hutchison Sports Medicine is a two-physician orthopedic practice located in Largo, FL. The practice needed a straightforward PACS solution that provided fast and intuitive access to store and view studies. With ProtonPACS, Radsource delivered powerful clinical tools, fast and efficient imaging workflow, plus secure data archiving with four levels of redundancy, synched in real time.
“The Radsource implementation team worked closely with our IT staff to help us build out our network connections and determine the appropriate equipment to purchase,” stated Erica Hutchison, Project Manager at Hutchison Sports Medicine. “We are very pleased with the team’s expertise, professionalism and attention to detail. Our transition to ProtonPACS has been smooth and seamless.”
Radsource is a nationwide leader in MRI interpretation and PACS development. Building on its clinical success in MRI interpretations, Radsource developed ProtonPACS, a PACS specifically engineered to overcome the challenges users face with other systems. ProtonPACS provides hospitals, imaging centers and physician practices advanced tools to optimize imaging workflow and increase profitability. The company is uniquely positioned to provide expertise in all aspects of medical imaging.