Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates operates 16 clinics throughout the Charlotte region and is the largest ENT group in the Carolinas.
In 2009, CEENTA began looking at PACS providers in an effort to centralize images from all devices and make the images available for viewing at every location.
In 2005, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine was ready to make the school-wide move to digital radiography. While most of the school was
still using traditional film, Tufts had already transitioned to digital sensors in two departments.
Medicor Imaging partnered with the University of Florida College of Dentistry in the summer of 2005 to implement a solution that would bring
digital imaging in all the clinics together, including the School's five satellite clinics located across the state.
The University of Kansas City Missouri's School of Dentistry has been digital for years, becoming one of the first schools to make the
transition to digital radiography. The solution they were using was a custom-developed application for imaging, tailored specifically to their workflow.
The University of Nevada at Las Vegas School of Dental Medicine was moving to a new location two years after its inception in 2002.
The Shadow Lane campus, right in the heart of the University Medical Center area of Las Vegas, was soon to be home to one of the most high-tech dental schools in America.
The University of Texas Health and Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) was ready for an improvement to the digital imaging technology
currently in place at its Dental School. This was no small task. They needed an enterprise-level, digital dental imaging system that was scalable, reliable, upgradeable, and maintainable.