Clinical cardiologists spend an average of 37.9 hours a week meeting with patients and another 16.9 hours filling out paperwork and conducting administrative tasks. That’s 54.8 hours of work each week, as noted by Medscape’s Cardiologist Compensation Report 2020. These long hours, combined with irregular schedules and high-stress work environments,
As web technology has evolved, the storage and sharing capabilities of cloud-based PAC Systems have made the management of privileged medical information more convenient and economical while remaining secure and compliant. Below are a few things you’ll never have to worry about if you switch to a cloud-based PAC system: 1.
Why do we love the cloud? Because cloud-based storage systems have changed the way you can interact with a PAC System. Capacity, reliability, and security are the three components of an ideal storage solution, and all three of these qualities can be found in a cloud-based storage system. Without a
AccessPoint™ Cloud, the newest addition to the AccessPoint family, is now available from Freeland Systems. AccessPoint™ Cloud utilizes cloud computing and browser-based environments, allowing you to have all the functionality of a server-based PAC system without the limited accessibility of a server-based environment. With AccessPoint™ Cloud you have anytime, anywhere
cPAC Pro is now available from Freeland Systems. This new offering is a full-featured, configurable cloud-based PAC System based on AccessPoint. cPAC Pro allows users to take advantage of the multi-functional AccessPoint DICOM image viewer and intelligent reporting features with both local application and browser-based solutions for offline and online
Versatile Solutions on the 2014 Horizon Freeland Systems is adding cloud-based picture archiving and communications (PAC) systems with two new options coming in January 2014. Freeland is offering cPAC and cPAC Pro—two innovative solutions to the PAC system. cPAC and cPAC Pro offer solutions to virtually any combination of existing