Massachusetts Surgical Group Transitions to the Cloud, Hosted PACS Solutions to Provide PACS System

WELLINGTON, Fla. (November 18, 2013) – Hosted PACS Solutions, Inc., an Application Service Provider (ASP) of best in class digital radiology software, is pleased to announce the addition of Southeastern Surgical Associates, PC to its growing client roster.

The new agreement will allow Southeastern to utilize a HIPAA compliant DICOM archive that will allow for electronic data retrieval from any location with an internet connection.

Southeastern Surgical Associates, PC, one of the largest surgical groups in southeastern Massachusetts, is a medical facility dedicated to providing first class multispecialty surgical care. Its widely recognized team of physicians possesses expertise in a broad range of surgical specialties. After a high recommendation from Dr. Joseph Coatti of Shoreline Surgical Associates, the group selected Hosted PACS for its archiving needs.

“We’re very pleased to extend our services to Southeastern Surgical,” said George Greene, president of Hosted PACS Solutions. “We strongly believe that cost should not be a factor for physician networks that require image storing systems. Our fee-per-study rates help networks like SSA obtain high quality service at a low cost.”

For additional information or questions, contact Bryan Neal, Accounts Manager, 561-201-3334 or bneal@hostedpacs.com. You can also visit our website at www.hostedpacs.com

About Hosted PACS Solutions

Established in 2009, Hosted PACS Solutions is an Application Service Provider (ASP) of best in class digital radiology software. We host high end RIS and PACS software on our servers in a HIPAA compliant data center and make it available to medical practices on a fee-per-study basis. Our hosted solutions are attractive to facilities that cannot justify the high cost and complexity of an onsite RIS/PACS system, but desire the same quality solutions used by hospitals and large facilities. For many practices, our solution makes the transition from film to digital imaging a viable option.