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CAD / CAM Medical Introduces New Features in Radiology Services Online at the HIMSS Show in Atlanta, Georgia
Date:3/1/2010

Cad / Cam Medical (CCM), a division of Cad / Cam Services, inc. and an expert in providing interface services for medical interpretational reporting on radiology examination, today introduced important new features and updates to Radiology Services Online. Radiology Services Online is a comprehensive web-based service for radiology providers. This all-in-one, easy-to-access web-hosted image and records management service enables radiology providers to: (1) maintain and track patient information; (2) maintain digital and digitized images; (3) create and issue radiology reports; and, (4) manage and maintain service billing.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 1, 2010 -- Cad / Cam Medical (CCM), a division of Cad / Cam Services, inc. and an expert in providing interface services for medical interpretational reporting on radiology examination, today introduced important new features and updates to Radiology Services Online. Radiology Services Online is a comprehensive web-based service for radiology providers. This all-in-one, easy-to-access web-hosted image and records management service enables radiology providers to: (1) maintain and track patient information; (2) maintain digital and digitized images; (3) create and issue radiology reports; and, (4) manage and maintain service billing.

The new Radiology Services Online features introduced today at the HIMSS Show include:

>State of the art web-based Dicom image viewer –- available to any user in the system that has been granted access to view images. This high quality viewer is exceptional in the industry.

>Online schedule and dispatch management — offers online ordering of services that utilizes both online work study for overview of workloads and electronic messaging to staff for notification of pending exams.

>Automatic faxing — automatically sends final reports via online electronic fa
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