EvoHealth Celebrates 100th Install Milestone

EvoHealth, a trailblazer in incorporating new technology in Healthcare IT software, announced it has exceeded its first milestone of more than 100 customers with over 200 locations.  The customers represent many types of healthcare organizations including rural hospitals, orthopedics, women’s centers, and emergent care facilities.  Improved technology in addition to a personal level of service and support is what these customers were seeking and EvoHealth has solidly delivered on. 

In Q4 2020, EvoHealth launched a newly imagined PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) platform using the best technology available, including artificial intelligence (AI) with server-side rendering GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) and multi-tenant cloud.  This enables healthcare facilities to have infinitely scalable resources to expand and modernize their services.  EvoHealth’s FUSE Platform was developed to do more than traditional PACS by offering the horsepower needed to provide patient care in 2020 and beyond. 

“We are bringing all of the top performing technologies together including graphics from gaming and security from bnking to develop a powerhouse solution for our customers,” said Steve Deaton, CEO of EvoHealth. “We are excited by the momentum of our first 100 unique installs and will continue innovating technology that raises the bar in healthcare efficiencies, so that our customers can exceed their patients’ expectations.  As a company, we are committed to modernizing healthcare IT every opportunity we can.”     

With the newer offerings like multi-tenant cloud servers driven by GPU, customers experience functionality that has long been promised but not truly delivered.  Evo’s cloud offering brings benefits like an easy maintenance-free experience that is coupled with the faster image access.  Because of how the system is designed, the benefits of simplicity, security and image sharing extend to the referring physicians and patients themselves.  EvoHealth’s general customer base represents healthcare organizations that serve local communities.  Procuring EvoHealth’s solutions also allow organizations to offer integrated services such as telemedicine and video conferencing that are unique in these markets.

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