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Montana Facilities Will Share PACS

November 19, 2009
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Image Movement of Montana (IMOM, Kalispell, Mont.), a grassroots organization composed of 30 state-based healthcare facilities, will implement a cloud-based technology for secure sharing of radiology images and reports.

The technology, coined eMix, was created by San Diego-based DR Systems, a provider of healthcare information systems including RIS/PACS/CVIS. According to the company, eMix required no capital outlay and created a revenue opportunity for IMOM institutions.

The initial rollout of eMix will take place at three IMOM participant sites: Kalispell Regional Medical Center, Great Falls Clinic (Great Falls), and St. Luke Community Healthcare (Ronan).

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