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IIS installs PACS in California

IMAGE Information Systems has installed its iQ-SYSTEM PACS at Napa State Hospital in Napa, CA. Read more on 
December 22, 2014

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IIS installs PACS at Humbold State University

Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA, has selected IMAGE Information Systems' iQ-WEBX and iQ-VIEW solutions to replace its former legacy PACS. The University Student Health Center chose iQ-WEBX based on the speed of implementation, its ease of use, and the long-term ownership benefits received through continuous upgrades with their annual service packages. Read more on 
November 19, 2014

IIS helps renal healthcare group maintain HIPAA compliancy with iQ-VIEW

IMAGE Information Systems has entered into a contract with a national provider of renal healthcare located in Illinois to provide 175 iQ-VIEW multi-modality DICOM image viewers in over 50 vascular and renal surgery centers across the United States. These facilities are transitioning from the Windows XP operating system platform to meet HIPPA compliancy regulations and they required a supported image viewer for Windows 7 or higher.   Read more on 
June 11, 2014

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IIS releases iQ-WORKLIST 2.0

IMAGE Information Systems announces the release of iQ-WORKLIST 2.0 – its powerful DICOM worklist server for workflow optimization and data consistency throughout any RIS and PACS. Read more on 
February 26, 2014

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IMAGE Information Systems announces the release of iQ-CONFORMITY – a ground breaking new software solution for standardization and consistency in Radiology. Read more on 
November 26, 2013