Nashville, Tenn. – Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), onboarded four new ProtonPACS clients in the second quarter of 2018. Furthermore, the company expanded its PACS service by launching five new instances of ProtonPACS for existing customers, bringing the total number of installations for the second quarter to nine.
Washington County Hospital (Plymouth, NC) is a 25-bed critical access hospital and a member of Rural Community Hospitals of America (RCHA). RCHA offers management, financial and strategic planning services for small rural hospitals, both public and private. With a corporate goal to manage hospitals that are cost efficient and offer the highest quality care, RCHA was looking for the same qualities when shopping for a new PACS to roll out to member hospitals. ProtonPACS was chosen not only for its affordable per-study pricing model, but also for its ability to easily integrate with any information system.
“We were very impressed with the support and guidance we received from ProtonPACS team,” stated Sandra Lyle, Radiology Director at Washington County Hospital in Plymouth, NC. “Despite some IT challenges on our end, Radsource delivered on a quick and seamless implementation. Their expertise and professionalism exceeded expectations.”
Also in the second quarter, Radsource grew its clinical services by adding two new MRI interpretation clients. The company is an established leader in subspecialized musculoskeletal and neurological MRI interpretation.
“We are proud to have developed our business so that we can employ our clinical expertise to drive technical innovation in PACS development,” stated Dr. Mark Awh, Radsource President. “Similarly, our technical prowess provides added value to our MRI interpretation clients through workflow enhancements and efficiencies. Importantly, a clinical partnership with Radsource often results in revenue growth through appropriately higher MRI volume and improved accuracy which directly impacts surgical revenue.”