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RADinfo SYSTEMS™ Announces the DICOMmail™ Technology for Patent
Wednesday, August 08, 2007
Dulles, VA -- RIS/PACS solutions provider, RADinfo SYSTEMS, has filed for a new patent covering an aspect of the company's DICOMmail™ software that enables sending medical images through email.
Dr. Chen-Tai Ma, CEO & President of RADinfo SYSTEMS, stated, "This technology will be a new innovation for healthcare providers to transmit medical images via an existing email system. Products based on this technology truly extend the medical imaging infrastructure into the far-reaching Internet environment. Especially, they address the need of physicians seeking outside consultation for interpretation of DICOM images. The patent application is only the first in a long line of future achievements that we plan to provide to our customers and to the market place."
"We plan to introduce products based on this technology to vary specific markets. The new products will enhance the fast-growing medical imaging market and become important tools that a medical imaging professional will use on a daily basis. The healthcare information technology market will be at an annual growth rate of 12.5 percent through the year 2012 and we are working to supply distinctive and innovative solutions that meet this need," said Dr. Ma.
About RADinfo SYSTEMS
Since 1993 RADinfo SYSTEMS is leading the revolution towards truly affordable film-less healthcare systems. The company's products focus on empowering imaging facilities with reliable components of Radiology Information Systems (RIS), Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), and Teleradiology Systems. RADinfo SYSTEMS develops and integrates DICOM and HL-7 compliant software with modalities and other radiological hardware to deliver state-of-theart solutions to hundreds of small and large healthcare providers worldwide. Professional services include software development, consultation, integration, installation and 24x7 technical support. RADinfo SYSTEMS' world headquarters is located in Dulles, Virginia and can be found on the web at http://www.radinfosystems.com/.
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