Feature | February 17, 2021

Radiology Product Comparison Charts Aid in Buying Decisions

Radiology, radiation therapy, PACS, Enterprise image, X-ray, DR Systems, CT, MRI, contrast, ultrasound, VNA, product comparisons, comparison charts on ITN magazine.

Imaging Technology News (ITN) maintains more than 40 comparison charts of product specifications from various vendors, offering a side-by-side, apples-to-apples comparison when making purchasing decisions. These charts can save hours of research, and offer links back to the websites of each vendor for additional information. The charts were created by ITN by sending out a questionnaire to each of the vendors listed. 

Readers can browse the companies and products listed. To access the comparisons, you need to create a login, but it is free and only takes a minute to complete. 

Here are links to the currently available technology comparison charts:

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