PAC System for VeterinariansPromote the highest quality of service in diagnostic imaging and veterinary patient care, with Freeland’s AccessPoint for Veterinary Medicine. Ensure the comprehensive service of your patients and their owners, while providing your practice with accessible, easy-to-use software that transforms the imaging and reporting component of veterinary medicine.
Regulated FDA entities are periodically inspected for Quality Control compliance. As a registered FDA establishment, Freeland Systems had a scheduled FDA inspection recently and was found to be in compliance. We are pleased to have procedures in place to ensure the quality of our products and commitment to customer satisfaction.
We are pleased to announce that Nick Nolen has accepted the position of Technical Support Manager for Freeland Systems. Nick has proven to be a team player and innovative problem solver. His leadership skills have enabled us to give him more advanced projects and additional responsibilities. Please join us in
Freeland Systems is pleased to announce that cPac by Freeland Systems will be available in Q4 2013. Call to schedule a demo. 888.615.1888 Option 1.
Freeland Systems will be exhibiting at the American Society of Echocardiography 2013. Stop by booth #409 and ask about AccessPoint cPac™ and get a stress ball (heart)
Trademark approval has been granted for Freeland Systems AccessPoint cPac™; a browser-based image review, intelligent reporting, and cloud-based archiving solution. cPac™ provides browser anywhere/anytime access to clinical studies for medical personnel with appropriate authorization at Freeland System’s Data Center. cPac™ completes an extensive list of DICOM PACS option available to
Pricing a PAC System can be complicated, so we’ve compiled a list with five key tips to use when comparing the options. These tips will help you understand, compare, and contrast bids and hopefully lead to the best fit for your practice. 1. Standardize the pricing formatIt’s a good idea
Expense Classification ConsiderationsOne of the first considerations to identify in the purchasing process is how you plan on classifying the expense. The two primary ways a practice can classify their investment in a PAC System are as a capital cost or as an operational cost. When using the capital cost
How much does a PAC System cost? It’s a simple question that often requires a complicated answer. A simple system for a small practice can cost around $5,000 while a complex system for a large medical group can easily top $100,000. PAC Systems, even from the same vendor, are rarely
Here are three additional tips to keep in mind when planning your PACS Implementation. Keep this in-mind are you are researching which PAC System is right for you and get in-front of any issues that might occur during implementation. System TrainingIf possible, opt for more scheduled systems training upfront vs.