South Jersey Healthcare Uses Nautilus AutoRay with Epson Discproducer to Offer Critical E-Sharing Data Solution

New System Maximizes Patient Safety While Enhancing the Patient Experience

LONG BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Today Epson America, Inc., a leading manufacturer of advanced color inkjet and thermal label printers, precision imaging and robotics technology for healthcare applications, announced that South Jersey Healthcare, the leading community provider in southern New Jersey, uses Nautilus Medical’s AutoRay with Epson’s Discproducer to create CDs/DVDs, which allow users to share data with outside referring physicians and patients independent of their location. The Nautilus Medical AutoRay / Epson Discproducer solution allows physicians to securely collect, view and share diagnostic cases among hospitals, other physicians and patients remotely, which can expedite decisions that enhance patient safety as well as allow patients to take ownership of their own medical history.

According to a Wake Forest University study published last year in the Journal of the American College of Radiology, in general, patients are dissatisfied with the level of detail and the amount of time it takes to get medical imaging results. Since South Jersey Healthcare offers one of the region’s largest and most experienced radiology group, it requires the most advanced technologies to maximize patient safety and to ensure overall patient satisfaction with the medical imaging experience. “Improved access to medical imaging data can lead to faster diagnosis and treatment, which saves lives,” commented Mary T. Fanning-Chalako R.T. (R)(M), PACS Administrator at South Jersey Healthcare. “The new Nautilus / Epson solution is more user friendly, faster, more reliable than our previous system, and we are very pleased with it.” Click here to see product demo videos of Epson’s Discproducer unit.

About Nautilus Medical

Nautilus Medical Imaging Solutions, a company based in Chicago, IL, is a leading software developer and system integrator of DICOM distribution systems. Nautilus Medical is well known for designing easy to use software applications with the end-user in mind. The executive staff and IT engineers represent over 100 years in the medical field. Nautilus continues to provide solutions worldwide for recording and storage at major medical institutions. For more information about Nautilus Medical, please visit www.nautilusmedical.com.

About Epson America, Inc.

Epson is one of the world's leading manufacturers of highly reliable point-of-service technology, including printers, precision printing mechanisms and digital image scanners. Founded in 1975 and headquartered in Long Beach, CA, Epson America, Inc. is the U.S. affiliate of Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, a global manufacturer and supplier of high-quality technology products that meet customer demands for increased functionality, compactness, systems integration and energy efficiency. The Seiko Epson organization is proud of its ongoing contributions to the global environment and for the second year in a row is part of the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index, an indicator for leading companies in economic, environmental and social criteria. For more information on Epson’s healthcare solutions, please visit pos.epson.com/healthcare.

Epson is a registered trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.



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