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RADinfo SYSTEMS(TM) is Pleased to Introduce Their Newly Established Division, VETinfo SYSTEMS(TM)
Date:2/12/2009

RADinfo SYSTEMS(TM) Presents a New Division: VETinfo SYSTEMS(TM)

DULLES, Va., Feb. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- RADinfo SYSTEMS, the acclaimed developer of digital medical imaging software solutions, proudly introduces a new division: VETinfo SYSTEMS. VETinfo SYSTEMS is a recently established division of RADinfo SYSTEMS, focused solely on the veterinary and equine markets. VETinfo SYSTEMS has developed dynamic digital software solutions to enhance patient care in the veterinary industry, forging the future of how veterinarians will use digital imaging technology to advance their methods of diagnosis and treatment.

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Established in 1993, and growing steadily each year, RADinfo SYSTEMS is esteemed in the medical marketplace as a leading innovator and developer of software and systems for diagnostic and radiological imaging. Several modality manufacturers depend on RADinfo SYSTEMS for custom DICOM software solutions to enhance their product lines and allow them to provide better service to customers. Recognizing that veterinarians could benefit immensely from their technology, RADinfo SYSTEMS expanded the development of their medical solutions into the veterinary market--VETinfo SYSTEMS is spearheading the venture.

Digital imaging technology has transformed the veterinary industry, enabling veterinarians and veterinary radiologists to provide faster, more accurate diagnoses than ever before. VETinfo SYSTEMS brings a unique outlook to digital imaging, launching a full range of Windows-based, DICOM-compliant software that combines images with associated patient/study data and transmits them to the veterinarian's workstation, improving the delivery of both routine and emergency patient care. VETinfo SYSTEMS offers DICOM solutions that will integrate its products with veterinary practice management systems and multiple modalities, thereby eliminating the need for multiple software programs and databases. These easy to use software systems improve workflow and efficiency, adding value to each customer's practice.

VETinfo SYSTEMS appreciates the strong partnerships it has built with vendors, distributors, and dealers, and is proud of the relationships it maintains with a host of exceptionally satisfied customers. Continuing with its exceptional 24x7 customer service, VETinfo SYSTEMS continues to pioneer innovative DICOM solutions in response to the ever-changing demands of the digital imaging community.

More information about VETinfo SYSTEMS can be found on its website www.vetinfosystems.com.

All content (C) 2001-2009 RADinfo SYSTEMS. PowerPACS(R) is a federally registered trademark of Radiology Information Systems, Inc. RADinfo SYSTEMS(TM), RADinfo SYSTEMS Logo(TM), VETinfo SYSTEMS(TM), VETinfo SYSTEMS Logo(TM), and Micro PowerPACS(R) are all trademarks of Radiology Information Systems, Inc.


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