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Accelarad Announces Six New SeeMyRadiology.com Customers Seeking Fast, Secure and Innovative Medical Image Exchange Solution
Date:6/22/2010

SeeMyRadiology.com, Accelarad’s online medical image cloud computing service, today announced the following organizations will use SeeMyRadiology.com for medical image exchange with outside facilities, physician, and patients

Atlanta (PRWEB) June 22, 2010 -- SeeMyRadiology.com (http://www.SeeMyRadiology.com), Accelarad’s online medical image cloud computing service, today announced the following organizations will use SeeMyRadiology.com for medical image exchange with outside facilities, physician, and patients:

- Washington Open MRI, Md.
- OMI of Gadsden, Ala.
- Radiology Associates of Atlanta, Ga.
- Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates, Ga.
- Ambulatory Vascular Care, N.Y.
- On-Site Imaging Solutions, Ark.

"We are proud to welcome these facilities to the SeeMyRadiology.com family and are pleased they will use our innovative, fast, and secure medical image exchange solution to improve patient care,” said Willie Tillery, Accelarad CEO.

From online image distribution and reading workflow for radiologists, to sharing images and reports with referring physicians and patients, SeeMyRadiology.com automates and streamlines the entire medical imaging lifecycle, and enables radiologists to view images from virtually any location and generate diagnostic reports using advanced speech recognition technology. For referring physicians and patients, this technology not only eliminates the cost and inefficiencies associated with using often incompatible CDs, but safeguards patient data; all medical images and related records are permanently archived in a secure HIPAA compliant cloud computing system.

About SeeMyRadiology.com
SeeMyRadiology.com, an Accelarad venture, is an online community for medical image exchange that is revolutionizing how imaging facilities, physicians, and patients store, share, and access medical images and reports. Via a cloud computing platform, SeeMyRadiology.com allows for easy collaboration and communication among health care providers and patients, dramatically improving access, costs, speed, and mobility of medical image exchange throughout the continuum of care. By fully complying with HIPAA privacy and security rules, SeeMyRadiology.com safeguards total patient confidentiality

About Accelarad
Accelarad, an Atlanta-based company, is a market leader in medical image cloud computing. With the launch of SeeMyRadiology.com - its new online medical exchange community - Accelarad will continue to lead the industry, working with more than 600 facilities and 2,500 physicians, and processing more than 200 million medical images annually, serving as a new model for the delivery of radiology services through its virtual radiology network (VRN). Please visit http://www.accelarad.com or http://www.seemyradiology.com or call 1.888.883.4544 for more information.

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