Radsource achieved six new installations of its ProtonPACS technology—a fee-per-study-model—in the company’s third quarter. Building upon Intelerad PACS software, the platform is functional in every imaging setting, according to company officials.

The healthcare facilities that have successfully implemented this technology include the Edmond, Okla.-based Diagnostic Imaging; the Plantation, Fla.-based practice of Jon D. Donshik; the Addision, Texas-based Emergis ER; the Gross Point Woods, Mich.-based Gross Point Physicians X-Ray Center; the Orland Park, Fla.-based Midwest Orthopedic Consultants; and the Pocatello, Idaho-based Pocatello Orthopedics.

“We were opening a new facility from the ground up and experienced weather and construction delays that jeopardized our timeline,” says Darrell Owens, RT, director of radiology at Emergis ER. “Radsource was able to adjust the implementation schedule to accommodate these delays and still meet our critical go-live date. We could not be more pleased with their experience, support, and professionalism throughout this process.”

Owens adds that ProtonPACS leveraged an existing Health Level-7 integration with Rays, Emergis ER’s interpretation provider. As a result, his facility experienced a simplified implementation while reducing costs. “ProtonPortal is also included in ProtonPACS, allowing our ER physicians to have instant, secure access to reports and images from anywhere using their laptop, Apple, or Android device.”

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