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Carolina Radiologists Gets PACS

March 10, 2010
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Carolina Regional Radiology PA (CRR, Fayetteville), an imaging and radiology practice serving a ten-county region in southeastern North Carolina, is implementing InteleOne from Westminster, Colo.-based

Intelerad Medical Systems to interconnect its facilities.

InteleOne will utilize a distributed architecture to provide interoperability between the different sites’ PACS and RIS systems, says the company. Through the deployment, CRR radiologists will have access to data and images regardless of their office location.

CRR is an interventional practice providing state-of-the-art imaging solutions for hospitals, imaging centers, mobile services, urgent care centers, physician practices, and the armed services, as well as direct procedural care for patients. It offers onsite services and teleradiology to two imaging centers, four hospitals, and more than a dozen small clinics.



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