PaxeraHealth Expands U.S. PACS Offerings at AHRA National

NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS , UNITED STATES, July 8, 2018 — PaxeraHealth is showing its enhanced enterprise-wide imaging solutions at the AHRA National in Orlando FL July 22-25th. PaxeraHealth’s expanded PACS product offerings include a Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA), Zero Footprint Viewer (ZFV), and enterprise-wide PACS for medium to large-sized hospitals and IDNs.

Paxera products focus on two main things that are important not just to those in radiology but throughout all departments.” said Paul Dandrow, PaxeraHealth’s EVP and Chief Technology Officer. “Cost-effectiveness and scalability have been the hallmarks of PaxeraHealth’s products and extend throughout our entire product line. Our VNA platform is not just a fraction of the cost of competing VNAs but also features extensive configuration capabilities that includes sophisticated tag morphing, auto routing, pre-fetching, smart business analytics, data security and more.” said Dandrow. “In addition, every one of our products fully support industry standards including FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources), an industry standard for exchanging healthcare information electronically. This has helped us secure several large deals worldwide over the past several months and is key to our continued success in the U.S. market as well.”

The Boston, MA-based healthcare software developer added several team members earlier this year to enhance product development and promote the high interest being shown in PaxeraHealth’s cost-effective enterprise-wide PACS and VNA solutions. This team compliments the company’s existing software development team as well as its large dealer and distributor network already in place. PaxeraHealth has implemented over 1,300 PACS solutions at client sites in the U.S., and enjoys a 98% retention rate for the installed base. The company also has sold systems into over 1,000 international sites, including several multi-site enterprise-wide PACS installations. PaxeraHealth also recently implemented an enterprise-wide PACS installation at a 700+ bed hospital system located in Florida, with several others systems currently being implemented as well.

“Customers want a PACS to work out of the box without exhaustive customization, endless training, or one that breaks the budget.” said Dr. Mohammed Shoura, CEO of PaxeraHealth. “They also need a solution that can easily interface to other clinical systems as part of an EHR (Electronic Health Record) and can be expanded without having to pay a vendor an inordinate amount to do this as well. Supporting DICOM, HL-7 and IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Environment) standards allows us to meet those needs and insure the investment made in PaxeraHealth’s products lasts for a long time.”