A new version of the CALM family of software products has been released by LMS Medical Systems — CALM Version 3.03 is currently being deployed at sites operating on the CALM 3.0 platform.
CALM 3.03 includes significant architectural and functional enhancements to the CALM system, chiefly providing a foundation to support extensive interfacing capabilities, a prime focus of the company.
For more information, contact Amy Ruffalo Hawkinson, Martin E. Janis & Co., Inc. 312- 943-1100, ext. 15, [email protected]


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