GREENVILLE, S.C., Aug. 23, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- eRAD, a division of RadNet, Inc., announced today that Radiology Group of Paducah has installed eRAD's uniRAD solution to provide a consolidated imaging workflow from various disparate PACS systems across western Kentucky.
Radiology Group of Paducah's (RGP) 13 radiologists provide diagnostic reading services for multiple imaging providers, each utilizing a unique PACS system or image distribution solution. RGP chose eRAD's uniRAD for its ability to organize studies from various providers into workflows that accommodate each radiologist individually.
"We needed a solution that would allow us to focus on patient care instead of wrestling with technology," states Vernon Duncan, MD, President of RGP. "After deploying eRAD, we have a more well-defined and efficient workflow for our radiologists. We no longer have to learn and troubleshoot multiple PACS interfaces. Our promise to our clients is to provide accurate and timely imaging reports. eRAD's unique architecture facilitates that for us."John Placho of Bimini Platinum Care, an eRAD value-added reseller, adds, "eRAD offers a very intuitive user interface that allows the user to simply define the desired workflow and let uniRAD's rules-driven workflow engine do the rest." "eRAD's core focus has always been on consolidating complex, disparate PACS and image distribution environments into one coherent workflow. With an eRAD solution in place, imaging providers and radiology groups like RGP no longer have to bend to the differences and limitations inherent in a multi-PACS environment," says Seth Koeppel, eRAD VP of Sales.
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