Avreo® provides RIS, PACS, Dictation, Transcription, and Report Distribution services in a single application, single database system. This innovative approach provides healthcare professionals with user-friendly access to information in one streamlined system. Avreo offers solutions tailored to a variety of healthcare organizations including hospitals, imaging centers, radiology groups, and orthopedics.
The interWORKS RIS/PACS Package from Avreo is a true enterprise-wide radiology workflow/imaging management solution within a user-friendly, web-based system. Its native single-application, single-database design structure unifies RIS, PACS, dictation, transcription, and report distribution into... Read More
interWORKS Dayhawk from Avreo is a hosted solution that incorporates robust diagnostic viewing, dictation, transcription, and automated report distribution optimized for virtual radiology workflow. This, combined with low upfront costs, fee-per-study pricing, and unlimited storage with unlimited... Read More
As a leader in unified RIS/PACS, Avreo continues to reinvent radiology workflow with its Version 7 release for preview at AHRA in Washington DC, August 10-13. Version 7 represents an extensive platform change to support key areas of growth including: • All new modern design with focus on... Read More
When their current system became unreliable, Caldwell Medical Center began looking for a user-friendly, efficient system that would provide a seamless workflow. Caldwell found this when they implemented the Avreo interVIEW solution. interVIEW’s built-in dictation, transcription, electronic... Read more
After considering all options, Pinnacle Management chose the Avreo interWORKS complete RIS/PACS solution. interWORKS RIS/PACS offers a complete radiology workflow solution and incorporates every step in the radiology workflow into a single application, single database system. The interWORKS... Read more
The Department of Radiology needed an application capable of multi-facility input that would parallel the existing interpretation. Such a system would require multiple capacities: 1) ease of use and configuration; 2) adaptability to variable case volume; 3) minimal start-up cost; 4) a low-impact... Read more