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Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Visage Imaging, Inc. for its Medical Imaging Informatics in Healthcare Innovation
Date:10/25/2010

neral Manager of North America. "We are proud to partner with our physician and hospital customers to combine our technology with their professional services expertise to improve patient care, while creating new revenue generating opportunities and alternative care delivery models. We see the business of Radiology evolving rapidly in a challenging economy and believe that Visage 7 will be instrumental to the success of imaging businesses in the months and years ahead."

Through an unwavering commitment to R&D and recognition of the emerging market requirements for ubiquitous image access, high performance over low bandwidth, and computing platform independence, Visage Imaging has been able to fuel its rapid product development cycles, and implement the innovative platform and features contained in the Visage 7 release.

"Visage 7 is designed to fill the gaps left open by loosely integrated, legacy diagnostic imaging applications," notes Daher. "In many ways, it meets the specific pain points of today's imaging customers without the need for turnkey replacements."

Similarly, the recent partnership with Accelarad and renewed partnership with 7 Medical brings Visage Imaging to the leading edge of cloud computing and managed services for medical imaging, a rapidly emerging business solution designed to provide interconnectivity and care continuance, while alleviating capital accessibility pressures in the market. With new solutions such as these, Visage Imaging is truly living up to its vision of enhancing workflow efficiency and improving reading performance, all while remaining cost efficient.

Recent primary research conducted by Frost & Sullivan with medical imaging IT stakeholders in the U.S. has confirmed the utmost importance for advanced visualization and traditional 2D PACS on a unified 'universal' viewer and the ability to diffuse its capabilities enterprise wide through direct or EMR integrated means. Visage Imaging stands
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