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INFINITT Healthcare Adds Latest Technology to Healthcare Discussion

New web-based imaging solutions save millions of dollars in hardware cost reduction and storage while improving workflow

INFINITT Healthcare [] is an innovator of web-based PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) which saves deploying hospitals millions of dollars. With 70% of its over $40 million in revenue from Korea, the company sees potential growth and expansion in the U.S. market. INFINITT PACS is a trailblazer in healthcare innovation. What separates INFINITT PACS from other imaging systems is how it is packaged as a hardware-agnostic and completely web-based suite. INFINITT PACS offers an embedded 3D PACS viewer which standardizes formatted output while conforming to industry standards. A full array of image visualization and management tools are also offered, such as image acquisition, reporting, storage, displays and secured Web distribution.

"INFINITT PACS reduced our costs significantly. We were spending almost a million dollars a year in film, which has gone down to only several thousand dollars now. That was accomplished rather quickly," explained Karen Buono, Radiology Administrator at the Brooklyn Hospital Center.

"The US healthcare market is ready for a complete overhaul, not just for public financing but also for implementation of the latest technology. With success stories like the Warren Hospital, St. Joseph's Healthcare System, and the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, INFINITT Healthcare's products have gained considerable interest by improving services while reducing costs," said Charles Kim, Executive Vice President, of INFINITT North America Inc..

The INFINITT PACS reduces patient waiting time and is eco-friendly by saving material, file and storage costs. It enhances workflow and productivity while providing easy access and distribution of images among hospitals, which is especially useful when patients change healthcare providers. INFINITT Healthcare's advanced 3D diagnosis support solution provides complex image processing through the PACS viewer. 3D and image processing technology offers real-time 3D volume rendering with superior image quality for integration into Dedicated Solutions (DS) such as CT Colonography, Cardiac 3D, Lung, Fusion solutions and other sub-specialties.

INFINITT Healthcare is the winner of the most promising top ten hottest Korean companies selected by the Korea Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA).

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