RadPix Review - why 3.6 stars?

RadPix Review
ITQlick Score: 85/100
ITQlick Rating:
Pricing: 4/10 - average cost
Category: Radiology Systems (RIS) -> RadPix review
Ranking:Ranked 9 out of 28 Radiology Systems (RIS) systems
Company: Weadock Software
Pricing: starts at $199 per license
Typical customers: Small, medium and large size businesses
Platforms: Mobile, Cloud
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Shlomi LaviShlomi Lavi / updated: Jun 02, 2024

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What is RadPix?

RadPix is a radiological teaching file system which can be integrated into a PACS environment. It allows users to send selected images directly from the PACS to a stand-alone teaching file server. Complete radiological teaching files can be created by adding text, annotations and images. Annotations are added using built-in drawing software, designed for radiologists. Images can be exported as JPGs, PowerPoint files, Image Stacks in PowerPoint files and videos.

Average Rating

The rating of RadPix is 3.6 stars out of 5 and the total score is 85 out of 100. The rating score is based on our unbiased data-based algo. Learn more - rating methodology page.

Typical Customers

The typical customers include the following business size: Small, medium and large size businesses


List of categories

Image Fusion
PACS Systems
Patient Scheduling
Radiology Systems (RIS)

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