News | September 16, 2007

Agfa Signs Five-Year Radiology Informatics Agreement with Adventist

September 17, 2007 — Agfa HealthCare, a provider of IT-enabled clinical workflow and diagnostic imaging solutions, announced that it has inked a second, five-year agreement to provide Enterprise PACS technology for the entire Florida Division of Adventist Health System.

The new 35 million dollar, five-year agreement covers all 17 Adventist Health hospitals in the Florida Division, as well as its 7 associated Outpatient Centers and the centralized Data Center. By upgrading to Agfa HealthCare's latest PACS technology, the Florida Division of Adventist Health will further improve the efficiency and effectiveness of distributing diagnostic information and images to its member hospitals and its physicians.

The agreement includes the delivery of Agfa HealthCare's DX-S units, CR 35-X and CR 85-X systems, MUSICA, IMPAX for Orthopaedics, and Archive solutions. The arrangement also enables Florida Hospital to expand its Data Center, which will archive all diagnostic images for the Florida Division, including mammography and cardiology images.

For more information: www.agfa.com/healthcare

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