This notice is to inform you that Freeland Systems will no longer support installations on Microsoft Windows 7. As you may or may not know, Microsoft Windows 7 entered end of life on January 14, 2020, and Microsoft will no longer offer patches or security updates for any computer on
By Theresa Pablos, AuntMinnie staff writer March 19, 2020 — Ultrasound scans show promise for helping to monitor patients with COVID-19, according to a letter published on March 12 in Intensive Care Medicine. The researchers used lung ultrasonography to monitor more than a dozen patients in China with COVID-19 infections. Because of its
cPAC Pro installation will provide students with modern PACS technology for Cardiovascular Technology Program: Included below is an e-mail exchange between Mr. John Freeland, Managing Partner of Freeland Systems, and Dan Dyar, MA, RDCS and Lisa Vargas, AS, RDCS. Dan and Lisa are both CVT Instructors in the Cardiovascular Technology
Freeland Systems is pleased to announce new management changes for the year 2020. Two changes in management will occur after the first of the year. Bruce Dodge and Susan Crum, both veteran employees, will be promoted to new roles for the year 2020. Bruce will assume the position of President.
Link to Cardiac Pacs comparison chart in Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology magazine. Click on “DIGITAL EDITION” underneath the November-December 2019 picture on the left. You might have to sign-up. No downside to doing that. Copy the link below in your browser: https://www.dicardiology.com/issue/november-december-2019
FREELAND SYSTEMS is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Dealer Agreement with Cardio-Jenic Pty Ltd to represent Freeland’s cPAC and cPAC Pro digital reporting software and picture archive and communication systems (PACS) software in the Australian market. Cardio-Jenic is a dealership created to introduce innovative solutions into the
By Abraham Kim, AuntMinnie.com staff writer August 9, 2019 — Although CT and MRI have taken on a growing role in recent years, resting echocardiography remains by far the most widely used imaging modality for heart failure patients in Canada, according to an article published online August 9 in JAMA Network Open. The
A posting by DAIC in 2018 provides a comparison chart for echocardiology reporting which includes Freeland Systems. Please click on the link below or insert into your browser address bar. https://www.dicardiology.com/content/echocardiology-reporting-systems