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News Briefs: Dynamic Healthcare expands into e-health

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Dynamic Healthcare expands into e-healthImplementing its strategy to move its traditional clinical applications into e-health (PNN 10/99), Dynamic Healthcare Technologies has announced Web-based versions of three major products: e-Premier Series

Dynamic Healthcare expands into e-health

Implementing its strategy to move its traditional clinical applications into e-health (PNN 10/99), Dynamic Healthcare Technologies has announced Web-based versions of three major products: e-Premier Series laboratory information system (LIS), RadPlus radiology information system (RIS), and WebSight for Pathology. Lake Mary, FL-based Dynamic will make e-Premier LIS available as an in-house offering and as an application service provider. In the radiology market, the University of North Carolina hospitals in Chapel Hill are accessing Dynamic’s RadPlus RIS over the Internet. In addition, Dynamic’s CoPathPlus now includes WebSight for Pathology, an information system that allows pathology reports to be sent via secure socket layer encryption over the Internet.

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