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eMix Announces New Version Featuring Instant Sender

eMix™, a DR Systems business, announced the release of Version 2.0 of its cloud-based medical-image exchange solution -- including a new capability that enhances the immediate transmission of medical-imaging files and related information.

The new capability is called eMix Instant Sender. It allows a doctor, medical facility or attorney to quickly and confidentially deliver medical imaging exams, reports, and other information to any recipient online.

eMix functionality also now includes:

* No setup, registration or contract required.

* Viewing of images and information by the recipient using a zero footprint viewer or by routing to a PACS.

* A more convenient means to immediately provide a second opinion or consulting services to other providers.

eMix is used by several hundred medical facilities to transmit over 15,000 images and related information per month.

To initiate an eMix Instant Sender information exchange, the sender needs only to go to eMix.com and click the green “Start Sending” button. If the recipient is a subscribing eMix customer, the transaction is free to the sender.

“Good medical outcomes can depend upon immediate transmission of information between providers,” said Murray Reicher, M.D., DR Systems’ Chairman of the Board and Co-founder. “Instant Sender facilitates fast and easy transmission even for first-time or one-time users.”

eMix is designed to be the core image exchange solution for medical facilities and physician practices, not just an option for special situations. It replaces older, more costly and cumbersome methods such as burning CDs or printing film. This approach enables facilities to save money on staff time, supplies, and associated courier costs. eMix also avoids such problems as lost and unreadable CDs, along with other technical issues that can lead to redundant imaging.

The service, which was developed by DR Systems, has eight layers of security: physically secure data center, network access security, member verification, user authentication, SSL 3.0/TLS 1.0 encryption data transmission, data redundancy and retention, auditing, and new recipient confirmation.

For more information, visit www.eMix.com or call 877-EMIX-MED (877-364-9633).

About DR Systems, Inc.

DR Systems designs the award-winning Unity enterprise imaging system (RIS, CVIS, PACS, Anatomic Pathology Reporting) and associated VNA, Disaster Recovery and Enterprise Viewing technology. The company’s cloud-based information systems include: eMix for medical image exchange, a complete certified ambulatory EHR, and an enterprise patient portal. The company’s passion for innovation and customer service has resulted in six Best in KLAS PACS awards, far surpassing any other vendor. Since 1992, DR Systems has helped over 600 hospitals, healthcare facilities, and thousands of associated physician professionals attain higher levels of clinical and financial success.

KLAS® recognized DR Systems and its Unity™ PACS as the #1 ranked PACS vendor and product in 2001, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, and 2012.

For more information about the company, call 800-794-5955 or visit www.drsys.com. For more information about eMix, visit www.eMix.com. For more information about eHR Meaningful Use, visit www.drsysehr.com.

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