Altamont Software Delivers First Zero-Footprint, Virtual Print Capture Solution for the PACS Marketplace

Altamont Software, Inc., this week completed implementation of CaptureWare at Quantum Imaging and Therapeutic Associates in Pennsylvania. CaptureWare provides a virtual print interface that allows any Windows application to print directly to any DICOM compliant system. By utilizing zero-footprint, browser based technology, CaptureWare eliminates the need to manage thick-client application software on each desktop in the facility.

"With Altamont CaptureWare, we were able to deploy faster, at more locations and at a lower cost than our previous solution,” said Cristy Klunk, Director of Teleradiology Services at Quantum. 

In addition to virtual print, CaptureWare provides apps to scan clinical documents,  import non-radiology images, and upload outside DICOM CDs to your PACS or EHR. Altamont will be demonstrating CaptureWare alongside their full suite of connectivity applications at the upcoming RSNA show in Chicago. 

About Altamont Software 

Altamont Software develops next generation medical image connectivity software for the PACS and EHR marketplace. Altamont’s leading edge applications are designed with intrinsic enterprise software capabilities. These critical features comprise Altamont’s connectivity platform which serves as the cornerstone for our full line of medical imaging products. For more information visit us at

About Quantum Imaging and Therapeutic Associates Inc.

Quantum Imaging & Therapeutic Associates Inc. has a 91-year history providing healthcare in central PA.  Quantum’s premier Radiology Practice and its Board Certified, Fellowship trained 48 physicians cover radiology services in 7 Major hospitals of 5 Major Health Care groups. Quantum specializes in Hands on, personalized Radiology and Teleradiology services as well as Department and Practice Management. For more information visit us at

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Source: Altamont Software, Inc.


Categories: Healthcare and Medical Informatics, Healthcare Technology, Radiology and Medical Imaging

Tags: DICOM, EHR, Enterprise Imaging, PACS