VidiStar Products Gain FDA Approval
VidiStar, LLC, a medical imaging software company developing innovative software solutions for physicians and hospitals, today announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the United Stated Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market its PACS & DICOM Viewer Software Server Software System, HeartView and Standalone Software for diagnostic imaging and report interpretation, which have been designed to accommodate the medical imaging market for physicians practices and hospitals clinical laboratories
"FDA clearance is a strategic step in our expansion of our product development," stated Craig A. Walker, MHA, a partner with VidiStar. "This approval provides validity in our efforts to comply with federal requirements concerning picture archiving and communications systems and independent software systems used as medical devices sold in both physician and hospital markets."
VidiStar, LLC is a web‐based Picture Archiving Communication System and online structured reporting solution for diagnostic medicine, particularly cardiology and remote diagnostic reading. VidiStar provides physicians with an affordable, easy‐to‐use solution for their clinical practice. VidiStar's cost‐effective technology allows physicians and health care providers to quickly review and interpret diagnostic studies from anywhere in the world using the Internet.
Posted on Wed, April 15, 2009
by Tracy Butenhoff