Viztek Provides Digital Orthopedic Solutions for Practices Small to Large
Viztek, the complete digital radiology solution provider, announces installation of its Opal-ORTHO PACS and the Viztek U-Arm DR at Salisbury Orthopaedic Associates, Pennsylvania, in Salisbury, North Carolina. Viztek specializes in turnkey customized digital radiology solutions for facilities of various sizes, from one physician private practices to 200 bed rural hospitals.
With just four providers, Salisbury Orthopaedics has undergone a dramatic workflow enhancement with the upgrade to a digital environment. While DR is frequently perceived as a more costly digital solution, appropriate for larger installations with 10 or more physicians, Salisbury illustrates Viztek’s ability to bring first-class technologies to practices of all sizes at an affordable price point.
“Salisbury Orthopaedics is an excellent representation of a smaller facility going digital with Viztek’s most advanced technology,” said Steve Deaton, Viztek VP of Sales. “Because we offer turnkey solutions, integrating the most advanced technologies at a cost-effective price point, even small, specialized practices can realize the true performance of leading-edge digital workflow.”
Salisbury Orthopaedics’ specialties include sports medicine, joint replacement and revision, and arthroscopic surgery.
“With its specialized orthopedic tools and seamlessly integrated surgical planning and templating, Viztek’s Opal-ORTHO PACS is the choice for comprehensive, versatile digital workflow,” said Deaton.
Viztek gave us high performance technology we never thought would fit within our budget,” said Sandra Jarrett, Office Administrator of Salisbury Orthopaedics.“The benefits were immediate and significant. The digital technology is far more efficient and we’re excited to have made the upgrade to digital.”
Viztek is a leading provider of complete digital software and hardware imaging solutions, backed by comprehensive training and support. For more information, visit www.viztek.net.
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