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'Progressive Loading' launched on RamSoft's OmegaAI cloud-native radiological software platform

Press releases may be edited for formatting or style | March 13, 2024 Artificial Intelligence Health IT PACS / Enterprise Imaging

A key benefit of cloud-native RIS/PACS systems is the ability to deploy the platform without local servers or high-performance local computing workstations and without a VPN or high-speed networks. By integrating Azure services including Azure SQL Database, Azure Cosmos DB and Azure Blob Storage, OmegaAI also provides the highest levels of cybersecurity, HIPAA compliance, and scalability.

OmegaAI and its use of Progressive Downloading is being demonstrated this week at HIMSS® '24 in Orlando, Florida from March 11 – 15, 2024 in the RamSoft Booth #3209 in the Westwood Lobby (exhibition hall) at the Orange County Convention Center.

About RamSoft
RamSoft is a global provider of novel cloud-based radiology software solutions for imaging centers, radiology departments and teleradiology providers. PowerServer® is used by 500+ sites and thousands of customers worldwide. Its flexible, scalable design allows imaging operations from the smallest clinics to large, nationwide practices to leverage the full benefit of its comprehensive cloud-based RIS (Radiology Information System)/PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) platform. RamSoft's newest offering, OmegaAI™, is a cloud-native AI-driven platform granting radiologists more rapid, secure, and robust RIS and PACS capabilities that are completely zero footprint. Powered by Microsoft Azure, OmegaAI provides the highest levels of security, HIPAA compliance, and protection against cybersecurity threats. It also includes Blume™ - Patient Portal, a comprehensive patient app allowing patients to access and share their diagnostic imaging studies and results with family members and referring physicians, as well as allowing patients to book appointments.

SOURCE RamSoft Inc.

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