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PETLinQ Launches RISLinQ 4.0Mac on Mac OS X Platform
Date:11/18/2008

WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- PETLinQ(R) LLC is extremely proud to announce the release of its fully integrated RIS/Billing/Collections system for the Mac platform. RISLinQ(R) 4.0Mac provides full end to end workflow capability for radiology facilities presently using the Mac OS X platform.

Harsha Hatti, President and CEO of PETLinQ, states, "The Mac OS X platform is a world class, well respected and highly credible operating system that many radiologists and their staff have come to love and trust. We are excited to be able to cater to those Mac users in the global radiology community who desire an integrated end to end RIS/Billing/Collections solution on the proven Mac platform."

Dr. A. Joseph Borelli Jr., President and Medical Director of MRI at Belfair LLC, the Chair of the American College of Radiology's MRI Accreditation Committee and a RISLinQ customer, explains that "RISLinQ is a feature-rich management system that drives productivity on a daily basis. Even with its advanced features such as electronic billing and dashboard performance measurements, RISLinQ is light on our infrastructure requiring minimal bandwidth and in our practice, eliminates the need for a central server. The RISLinQ management and support team is always quick to implement client-specific requests for our facility and often smartly incorporates these developments into RISLinQ. RISLinQ is focused on continual progress, which is a critical advantage for all its clients. In the fast-changing field of radiology, management system providers must be nimble -- RISLinQ meets that challenge through constant assessment and improvement."

In operation since 2003, PETLinQ was founded as a company focused primarily in the PET/CT space -- offering educational services, image and report distribution/archiving, real time clinical peer review and radiology fusion workstations. In recent years it has expanded its products and servic
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