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Accelarad Announces Six New Cloud Computing Customers

June 22, 2010
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Accelarad’s online medical image cloud computing service, SeeMyRadiology.com today announced the following organizations will use it for medical image exchange with outside facilities, physician, and patients:

- Washington Open MRI, Md.
- OMI of Gadsden, Ala.
- Radiology Associates of Atlanta, Ga.
- Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates, Ga.
- Ambulatory Vascular Care, N.Y.
- On-Site Imaging Solutions, Ark.

From online image distribution and reading workflow for radiologists, to sharing images and reports with referring physicians and patients, Accelarad’s SeeMyRadiology.com, based in Atlanta, Ga., automates and streamlines the medical imaging lifecycle, and enables radiologists to view images from virtually any location and generate diagnostic reports using advanced speech recognition technology. For referring physicians and patients, this technology eliminates the cost inefficiencies associated with using often incompatible CDs, and safeguards patient data; all medical images and related records are permanently archived in a secure HIPAA compliant cloud computing system.


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