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StructuRad Launches MacroLive(TM) with INFINITT and RamSoft at RSNA 2007
Date:11/23/2007

StructuRad to Demonstrate Innovative Radiology Reporting Solutions

ENCINO, Calif., Nov. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- RSNA -- StructuRad announces MacroLive, a macro reporting service, at RSNA 2007 in Chicago November 25-30 in booth 4055. Initial partners, INFINITT and RamSoft, will offer this service as an add-on to their PACS applications. The MacroLive ASP offering is a subscription service that allows a radiologist to access StructuRad's library of 7,000 macros from anywhere via the Web. It is designed to work seamlessly with a partner's RIS/PACS system and will be available early 2008. In addition, StructuRad will be demonstrating new versions of ReportNow and StudyManager.

"We will be showing the broadest range of radiology reporting solutions available," commented Bill Tulloss, Vice President of Marketing and Sales. "Not only have we extended our product family with the addition of MacroLive, new features in StudyManager and ReportNow, our partner list has grown as well."

MacroLive is the newest in a family of innovative reporting technologies that StructuRad makes available to OEMs for bundling and/or resale. The StructuRad Alliance of Innovators are partners who offer one or more solutions that incorporate our RadBoost(TM) technologies. At RSNA, StructuRad will be highlighting these alliance partners in their use of StructuRad macro content, "all-in-one" reporting application, integrated PACS workflow, and the new MacroLive service. Dictaphone will be showing PowerScribe StructuRad speech recognition report templates, and UltraRAD will be featuring UltraREPORTER, a complete integrated workflow, PACS and reporting solution. INFINITT will be demonstrating MacroLive for INFINITT Smart-Net, and RamSoft will be showing MacroLive for PowerServer PACS.

The latest version of StudyManager will be showing new workflow options and business intelligence reports. The system can be easily configured to satisfy user-defined workflow processes to i
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