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Avreo Previews Version 7 RIS/PACS at RSNA
Date:11/27/2011

CHARLESTON, S.C., Nov. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As a leader in unified RIS/PACS, Avreo continues to reinvent radiology workflow with its Version 7 release for preview at RSNA.  Version 7 represents an extensive platform change to support key areas of growth including:

  • All new modern design with focus on workflow and usability within radiology and meaningful use.
  • Cross-platform support, including Windows®, Mac OS® X, Apple® iOS, and Android™, to facilitate communication and information exchange, while embracing healthcare professionals' preferred tools. 
  • Advanced business reporting and dashboard visualization to identify trends so your organization can respond with actionable changes.

John Ciccarelli, Avreo Vice President of Sales and Marketing states, "While everyone raced to provide iPad functionality for referring physicians, we took the next step to provide Cross Platform connectivity."  Jonah Still, Avreo Chief Technology Officer continued "These advancements are really important for our customers as they improve usability and direct focus to clinical information while establishing a modern, fresh appearance."

Healthcare organizations can preview these and other Version 7 innovations at RSNA 2011 in Avreo booth 5423, Hall A. 

About Avreo

Avreo, founded in 1997, is a leading provider of Radiology Workflow Solutions for outpatient facilities, multi-specialty organizations, community hospitals, radiology groups, and orthopedic practices.  Our family of innovative solutions combines services from RIS, PACS, Dictation, Transcription, and Automatic Report Distribution within a single application, single database solution to encompass all the features a busy practice or hospital needs to operate efficiently.  Avreo is a privately held company based in Charleston, SC.  Avreo offers solutions on an operational (
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