Nashville, Tenn. – Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), added four new ProtonPACS clients in the fourth quarter of 2017. Additionally, the company launched new instances of ProtonPACS for seven existing customers, bringing the total installations for the fourth quarter to 11. The company deployed a total of 52 new instances of ProtonPACS in 2017.
New customers Summit Radiology (Rockford, IL), Pennsylvania Vascular Institute (Philadelphia, PA), Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital (Baltimore, MD) and orthopaedic and Fracture Clinic/Mankato Surgery Center (Mankato, MN) all successfully installed ProtonPACS in the fourth quarter of 2017.
Founded in 1922 by a Baltimore medical social worker, Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital has evolved from a convalescent home for children into a 102-bed specialty hospital that serves patients 21 years of age and younger with medically complex conditions. The hospital has locations in Baltimore and Cheverly, MD.
“When it was time to upgrade our outdated PACS, we were very intrigued with the ProtonPACS model,” stated Tim Brady, IT Director of Mt. Washington. “We needed a PACS that was both intuitive to use and easy to integrate with our existing systems. ProtonPACS delivered a high-performance image viewer and search tools for our clinical staff, while greatly reducing the burden on our in-house IT department. All service, support, licenses and hardware are included in the per-study fee. It’s a win for us from both a clinical and technical perspective.”