ThinAir Data has closed new contracts in Pennsylvania, Missouri and Texas for its TeleRIS system.
The company said its new clients include:
- Nighthawk Pros, a USTeleradiology division in Royersford, Pa., selected ThinAir to help it manage its preliminary reading business because of TeleRIS multiple order entry options, along with its assignment engine and report distribution methodology.
- Argus Radiology in Columbia, Mo., selected TeleRIS to help manage its current base of preliminary and finals clients with features of: workflow customization per contract, ACR-approved Peer Review functionality and its ASP pricing model. Argus also adopted the new module for the building of HL7 interfaces from within the TeleRIS application.
- ZNS in Austin, Texas, is a radiology group service provider that specializes in providing infrastructure, support and consulting services to reading groups and their potential clients. ZNS said it chose TeleRIS to handle multiple system interfaces, its ability to distribute reports via fax over IP and the availability of Mammo Reporting.