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iCRco Releases Clarity PACS, a New Approach to Managing Digital Imaging Data
Date:8/11/2009

iCRco Gives Access to the Full Working Version of Clarity Viewer via Internet Access

(PRWEB) August 11, 2009 -- iCRco releases the latest version of its affordable and fully scalable PACS solution, Clarity PACS. Recently with the explosion of Digital Radiographic technology and the growth of Computed Radiography for medical imaging there has been an increased need for a cost effective and an easy to use PACS solution, which is why iCRco has developed Clarity PACS.


Because of the complexity and expense of other PACS solutions healthcare professionals have been experiencing what we call a medical digital divide in the Digital Radiology world. Expense of traditional PACS is the reason why big hospitals and imaging centers have been able to implement this technology while others have been left out. With Clarity PACS, iCRco is closing this medical digital divide and making this revolutionary product available and accessible to all healthcare providers.

"We are very excited to release the new version of Clarity PACS. At iCRco we are always trying to be edgy with our campaigns but right now we are doing something that has never been done before in this industry. We are allowing you to come to our website and see and touch our software right over the internet. We feel so confident about this product that we want everyone to be able to experience it for themselves. "states, Mark Valentine, President and COO of iCRco.

Clarity PACS was designed to support all imaging modalities and includes a powerful web-viewer. What sets apart Clarity Viewer is the user friendly and sleek graphical user interface, report writing, very powerful CD burn and DICOM Print options, advanced image manipulation tools, support for cross sectional imaging and HL7 Integration with third party information management systems like RIS and EMR. Clarity is fully HIPPA compliant and provides complete
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