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Riptide signs security deal with Intel for radiology

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Riptide signs security deal with Intel for radiologyRiptide Technologies plans to offer advanced Internet security to hospital radiology departments and imaging centers following an agreement with Intel Internet Authentication Services (IAS).

Riptide signs security deal with Intel for radiology

Riptide Technologies plans to offer advanced Internet security to hospital radiology departments and imaging centers following an agreement with Intel Internet Authentication Services (IAS). Under terms of the deal, Riptide and Intel IAS will work together to integrate Intel’s real-time physician identity authentication services into Riptide’s Internet-based Advanced Radiology Image and Information System (ARIIS). The result should enhance referring physicians’ online and remote access to images, while maintaining security and patient privacy. ARIIS is a Web-based system that combines RIS, PACS, report generation, and charge-capture capabilities in an open-architecture XML design.

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