April 8, 2012 — Converting to digital x-rays just got easier and more affordable with the new FireCR system from The Vitality Depot.
Using digital cassettes, a reader, and software, the FireCR is designed to allow doctors to use their current X-ray system to get full featured computerized radiographic images, saving thousands of dollars on film, chemicals, and labor.
FireCR offers crisp DICOM 3.0 images and record time processing speeds. With16-bits per pixel, you have more than 16,000 graytones! The software offers viewing, zooming, enhancement, measurements, archiving, and distribution of images in DICOM or jpegs. Clinics can choose from a desktop scanner or a vertical wall mount to minimize space. Watch a quick video on how the FireCR System works and see for yourself!
“Why shoot on film when you can shoot onto digital plates and get computerized images? When offices understand the real costs of using X-ray film over digital X-rays, and recognize the money that they are losing each year by waiting to convert to digital, the decision to upgrade is a no-brainer,” explains Dr. Mark Mandell, CEO of The Vitality Depot. “Procrastination is costing clinics thousands of wasted dollars. Our help is only one phone call away.”
The national average cost to process a single film, including the film, chemicals, processor, service, and staff labor time is $12.50 per film. If you have 16 new patients per month and you take just two x-rays on each patient, the 32 films would have a true cost of $400 per month. The FireCR System replaces your old film cassettes, film, processor and chemicals for a high-tech digital upgrade.
Source: The Vitality Depot, thevitalitydepot.com