Founded in 1997 and based in North Charleston, SC, Avreo is a leading healthcare software provider of the only single database complete RIS/PACS/EHR solution, cohesively connecting each step in the radiology workflow and improving the overall structure for healthcare organizations across the country. Avreo’s product line continues to focus on healthcare workflow solutions with the addition of Avreo Cloud VR, AutoMate Authorizations Management, Capacifi High Availability, Capacifi DICOM, and other related products.
For hospitals, radiology reading groups, and ambulatory imaging providers who want to ensure radiology is a team player within the overall healthcare discussion, Avreo interWORKS provides EHR for Radiology to extend RIS, PACS, Dictation, Transcription, and Distribution functionality to excel in... Read More
Using Avreo Cloud VR, radiologists can quickly and reliably create interpretations using cloud-based speech technology from any location where they use interWORKS, such as a clinical, hospital, or home office. Single sign-on technology automatically activates within interWORKS and the... Read More
With AutoMate Authorizations Management, providers can automate the processing of eligibility and authorizations, drastically reducing the time and effort required to obtain necessary approvals. In addition, AutoMate scripts the financial conversation identifying the patient’s payment... 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