Swearingen Software this week introduced a new version 4.0 of its RMS for Windows radiology information system (RIS) product with added branching capability. Version 4.0 is due to be released before the end of September.
With the New Site/Branching capability, a hospital system or group of clinics can run RMS from one central location as if it were an application service provider application, said Swearingen. As a result, all the facilities are utilizing one RMS application and one common database, simplifying RMS' integration into the system's IT network.
"With this new capability, multiple branches can use a common RMS program and database," said President Randall Swearingen. "The users can report on a single branch or all branches combined. Over the past year, we have had a growing number of requests for this capability in RMS from both hospital and clinic groups."
Swearingen Software markets two versions of its RIS product, RMS for Windows and RMSLite for Windows.