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Palmaris Snaps Up Neurostar

June 1, 2007
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Palmaris Imaging (Chesterfield, Mich.) has selected Neurostar Solutions' Virtual Radiology Network (VRN) to manage the practice's hospital-based imaging and teleradiology services.

According to Atlanta-based Neurostar, its Web-based image management solution is designed to power virtual radiology networks, provide secure image communication over the Internet to authorized users, and enable imaging centers, hospitals, and physicians' offices to share image data with a virtual community of radiologists and referring physicians.

Neurostar technology integrates with multiple PACS solutions to enable image accessibility wherever needed, says the company.

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