NovaRad Corporation, of American Fork, Utah, today announced that it has installed its NovaPACS solution in six more facilities in Kansas, bringing the total number of installations in the Sunflower State to more than 10.

The Ashley Clinic in Chanute, Cheyenne County Hospital in St. Francis, Minneola District Hospital in Minneola, Rooks County Health Center in Plainville, Smith County Hospital in Smith Center and Wilson County Hospital in Neodesha all received NovaRad’s complete, enterprise-level PACS offering. NovaPacs features fast image retrieval, a full-feature viewer with intuitive interface, and a seven-year onsite archive with offsite emergency back up.

“Whether a facility is evaluating a PACS for the first time or it is replacing an existing system, affordability and scalability are consistently mentioned as the two factors that are given priority when it comes to making a technology decision,” said Paul Shumway, NovaRad Corporation vice president. “Since our founding more than dozen years ago, we have been committed to providing facilities of all sizes with an affordable PACS that includes technology refreshes at no additional cost along with the capability to scale easily.”