Hawthorne, Calif., January 11, 2006 -- PACS provider American Medical Sales, Inc., has launched PACS-1M -- a self-contained, cost-effective, enterprise level PACS solution for the office using a single modality.
"With a typical CR or DR purchase the physician takes the first step toward an "all digital" future. The next question for this type of user is, how will they store, distribute, diagnose and share radiographic images with patients and referring professionals in an organized and cost-effective manner?" noted Daniel Giesberg
, President of American Medical Sales. "The choices are limited when it comes to a real PACS solution: you need a solution that is DICOM compliant, provides a full diagnostic grade workstation and provides a truly redundant image archive and back-up system. And you want a solution that is based on true enterprise level PACS software that has been used for years in a wide variety of institutions."
PACS-1M has full diagnostic workstation software, image distribution, DICOM archive and DICOM image backup software that can store multiple patients and multiple image sets on the same media. These are features not offered in other products that are tied to DR or CR modalities commonly found in small offices and single modality installations.
PACS-1M is the third product in the AMS line of PACS-in-a-BOX products.
Now the AMS lineup covers the whole range of user needs: hospitals (Catella PACS Components), imaging centers, small hospitals and large clinics (MIDAS), smaller clinics, orthopedics and large offices (PRINCE), and smallest offices - Chiro - Vet - GP (PACS-1M).
Finally, price--$11,950 is the suggested list which includes all hardware and software.
All AMS digital products are sold and supported by a wide network of independent, highly qualified distributors.
American Medical Sales, Inc., celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2004. A leader in film-based display systems, AMS introduced its Catella line of PACS solutions in 1998. Its "voice-activated" technology is unique in the PACS application. Components offered include diagnostic, review, and web-based workstations, archives up to 95TB including automatic back-up protection, Walk-Away digitizer stations, MS Word©-based transcription software and hardware, and specialty router and gateway systems. AMS is continually expanding its Catella distribution network with local distributors to provide solutions to the widest range of users.
For more information, please visit www.digitalams.com.