News | January 30, 2014

Carestream’s DRX Systems Recognized in MD Buyline Report

Carestream DRX Digital Radiology DR Systems X-Ray MD Buyline Report
January 30, 2014 — MD Buyline’s Market Intelligence Briefing recognized Carestream’s DRX Systems for the fourth quarter of 2013.
Carestream’s wireless DRX detectors are “the core products that live in portable, fixed and standalone X-ray units in a retrofit capacity or integrated with new systems,” according to the report. 
Carestream was the highest ranked company for both service response time and service repair quality. Healthcare providers also gave Carestream high marks for installation and applications training.
The MD Buyline report includes user ratings in the following categories: system performance, reliability, installation/implementation, applications training, service response times and service repair quality.
Leveraging the industry's deepest expertise, most advanced analytics and custom research, MD Buyline provides more than 3,300 members insight and implementation support.
Carestream’s wireless DRX family of DR imaging systems allows a single wireless detector to work across all DRX equipment to convert, expand or replace existing imaging solutions. The full line of digital X-ray systems combines compatible, scalable components to meet healthcare providers’ current needs while providing the flexibility to adapt to future imaging requirements. 
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