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Partnership expands teleradiology offering

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F.Y.I. HealthSERVE’s radiology archiving and imaging division has added a Web-based service based on Algotec’s MediSurf technology. Using Algotec’s teleradiology archiving program (TAP), F.Y.I. clients will be able to store radiology

F.Y.I. HealthSERVE’s radiology archiving and imaging division has added a Web-based service based on Algotec’s MediSurf technology. Using Algotec’s teleradiology archiving program (TAP), F.Y.I. clients will be able to store radiology files off-site and access comparative recalls via the Web. MediSurf allows any authorized user to access clinical data and images from an online computer using a standard Web browser. The Web engine provides remote computers with Java applets enabling them to display and process information with full diagnostic quality.

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