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AccuImage releases automated reporting tool

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BodyWrite, a report generator from AccuImage Diagnostics, is ready for market. The software functions as a physician’s assistant, providing text describing specific conditions to accompany diagnostic imaging scans. BodyWrite is designed to increase

BodyWrite, a report generator from AccuImage Diagnostics, is ready for market. The software functions as a physician’s assistant, providing text describing specific conditions to accompany diagnostic imaging scans. BodyWrite is designed to increase physician productivity and reduce human reporting error. AccuImage will implement a three-pronged marketing approach: the manufacture of automated report generators for new applications, the sale of upgrades and new products to existing customers, and the provision of quality assurance accreditation support services needed for demonstrating compliance with the American College of Radiology and other accrediting bodies.

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