Dallas, TX – June 16, 2020: QliqSOFT, an industry leader in secure clinical collaboration and patient engagement solutions and RamSoft, a leading provider in RIS/PACS solutions, today announced an expansion of a partnership that now provides radiologists and multi-specialty physicians access to its Virtual Visit telehealth platform. The companies are integrating their software solutions to provide seamless face to face patient care with radiologists, and multi-specialty clinicians.
QliqSOFT’s Virtual Visit platform provides a turnkey telehealth solution that combines secure texting, AI-driven chatbots, and video conferencing technologies that allow providers to safely connect with patients in a multitude of use cases. These range from standard telehealth appointments to curbside check-in for in-person visits.
“We are proud to grow our partnership with RamSoft.” says QliqSOFT CEO, Krishna Kurapati. “As theirs and so many other verticals in healthcare find themselves needing solutions to address current public health concerns, Virtual Visits provides a great opportunity for radiology and multi-specialty practices to meet this need head-on.”
This inclusion of Virtual Visits is an extension of a partnership dating back to 2018, which made QliqSOFT's KLAS-rated secure texting solution available to RamSoft customers.
“We are likewise pleased to continue expanding our partnership with QliqSoft.” replies Al Kappel, RamSoft Global Sales Director. “QliqSoft’s solutions have enabled us to enhance our robust radiology platform, providing increased patient care, virtually instantaneously. We look forward to growing this partnership well into the future.”
In addition to Virtual Visits, RamSoft will continue to offer QliqSOFT’s KLAS-Rated secure communication platform to its customers, ensuring that radiology providers of all sizes can collaborate with other healthcare providers to accelerate productivity regardless of departmental, geographical, or organizational boundaries. Now with the integrated applications radiologists will be able to provide video consults for their interventional practice, collaborate with one another, securely.
This expanded partnership between the two organizations is just one more example of how QliqSOFT is able to offer clinical collaboration and patient engagement solutions to all healthcare verticals.
RamSoft has over 25 years of experience in developing solutions for workflow automation and image management. We offer the leading cloud RIS/PACS and PACS, VNA, Zero-Footprint Viewer, DICOM Routing and Teleradiology software, enabling you to leverage the latest technology, while eliminating capital costs. Built using cutting-edge, single database technology, our radiology, mammography, and enterprise imaging software enables practices to optimize their workflow, cut costs, and overall, improve patient care.
About QliqSOFT, Inc.
QliqSOFT is the leading provider of secure clinical collaboration and patient communication solutions for healthcare. From secure messaging and AI-Driven chatbots to video conferencing and telemedicine, over 1,500 hospitals, home health, and hospice organizations trust QliqSOFT to deliver HIPAA-compliant and real-time communication between doctors, nurses, caregivers, and patients.
A lifelong communicator, this Tennessee native got his start in broadcast news before branching out into public media, corporate, communications, digital advertising, and integrated marketing. Prior to joining QliqSOFT as the company's first marketing team member, Ben shared his talents with organizations that include the University of Alabama, iHeartMedia, and The Kroger Company.
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