Feature | September 25, 2009

Intelerad Gains PACS Marketshare in U.S., Canada and Australia

September 25, 2009 - Intelerad Medical Systems, a PACS solution vendor, bolsters its PACS market presence with new contract signings and installations in the U.S., Canada and Australia.

In the United States, new IntelePACS clients include St. Vincent General Hospital District of Leadville, Colorado and Colorado Springs Health Partners, P.C.

Long time Intelerad client Radiology Imaging Associates, P.C. & Medical Imaging of Colorado of Englewood, CO have chosen Intelerad’s InteleOneTM solution to manage the workflow issues associated with reading from multiple PACS systems.

In Australia, recent signings and installations include PRP Diagnostic Imaging of Sydney, NSW; Sydney Ultrasound for Women of Kogarah, NSW; Cabrini Health of Malvern, VIC; Maga Pty Ltd of West Perth, WA; Melbourne Radiology Clinic, and Ultrasound Care Pty Ltd of Sydney.

In Canada, recent IntelePACS signings include Valley X-Ray Services Ltd. of Abbotsford and Medical Centre Holdings Limited of Peterborough. Installations of IntelePACS were successfully completed at Associated Radiologists in Saskatoon, Valley X-Ray Services Ltd and Breast Centre Radiology Inc. in Edmonton.

For more information: http://www.intelerad.com.

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