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What Merge RIS can do for you

Merge RIS™ is a radiology system that successfully stores, manages and distributes patient radiology information. Comprehensive yet flexible, Merge RIS can power both lean and complex IT organizations, efficiently streamlining workflows and supporting revenue growth. In addition, Merge RIS makes it easier for organizations to build loyalty with referring physicians by automating the orders-results workflow and providing added services to improve referral relations.

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Feature spotlights

Build your own tailored solution

Develop a leaner business organization

Build stronger relationships

Manage the business of radiology

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See how to successfully store, manage and distribute patient radiology information

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