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RCH Selects Neurostar's VRN

April 20, 2007
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Randolph County Hospital (RCH) in Pocahontas, Ark., has selected Atlanta-based Neurostar's Virtual Radiology Network (VRN) to enable digital image management and remote reading of its multi-modality exams by the Northeast Arkansas Clinic (NEAC) in Jonesboro, Ark.

With CT, MRI, ultrasound and x-ray, the all-digital department can deliver diagnosis in a full range of modalities. According to Neurostar, the hospital can scan in additional patient information which becomes part of the digital exam record, which can be accessed remotely. NEAC radiologists are also able to access studies and reports from multiple locations.



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