CITATION Computer Systems releases new radiology software

Saint Louis 29 December 1997 CITATION Computer Systems, Inc., a company based in Saint Louis, has developed a Microsoft Windows NT radiology software, called C-RIS. The installation at several sites is being undertaken at present. C-RIS is bound to pay great services in multi-site and integrated environments, according to John Selestak, Vice President, Marketing of the Missouri company.

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CITATION Computer Systems, Inc., a company based in Saint Louis, has developed a Microsoft Windows NT radiology software, called C-RIS. The installation at several sites is being undertaken at present. C-RIS is bound to pay great services in multi-site and integrated environments, according to John Selestak, Vice President, Marketing of the Missouri company.

The new radiology product has been designed as a powerful and complete system in order to cover the needs in all areas of acute and ambulatory radiological care. This includes efficient scheduling, record keeping and mammography, as has been recently announced by NewsPage on the Web.

The C-RIS software incorporates features enabling the system to work with a Picture Archival Computer System (PACS). In this way, the growing demand for teleradiology between different medical facilities can be fulfilled. The first reactions on the health care market appear to be very promising in any case.

CITATION Computer Systems already can display a vast experience as a full solution provider in the health care sector. More than 600 CITATION applications are running in over 450 hospitals throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Asia-Pacific and other countries.

Both clinical and financial/administrative areas prosper with effective and profitable management thanks to these comprehensive client/server information systems. The C-RIS teleradiology software constitutes the following logical step in this success story.


Leslie Versweyveld

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