News | June 25, 2008

Carestream to Fill Orders for Information, Imaging Systems

June 26, 2008 - Carestream Health entered contracts for its CARESTREAM RIS/PACS solutions with nine U.S. healthcare facilities, also entering into a computed radiography (CR) systems contract for digital capture of medical X-ray exams or laser imaging systems for radiographic film output of medical image files.

The following healthcare providers are among those that have placed orders for Carestream Health’s medical imaging and information management solutions:
Beaver Dam Community Hospital (Beaver Dam, WI) ordered a CARESTREAM PACS web server.
High Resolution MRI (Elmhurst, IL) ordered a CARESTREAM PACS
Illinois Orthopedic & Hand Center (Elk Grove Village, IL) ordered a CARESTREAM PACS.
Innovative Radiology (Houston, TX) ordered a CARESTREAM PACS upgrade through V-Rad Systems, Inc., an authorized distributor.
Orthopaedic Associates of Beaver Dam (Beaver Dam, WI) ordered a CARESTREAM PACS web server.
Pauls Valley General Hospital (Pauls Valley, OK) ordered a CARESTREAM PACS, KODAK DIRECTVIEW CR Classic and Elite Systems and a KODAK DRYVIEW 8900 Laser Imager.
Suburban General Hospital (Pittsburgh, PA) purchased two CARESTREAM PACS Workstations and a CD Burner.
Tulsa Spine and Specialty Hospital (Tulsa, OK) ordered a CARESTREAM PACS through Merry X-Ray Corporation, an authorized distributor.
Valley View Hospital (Glenwood Springs, CO) ordered a CARESTREAM PACS upgrade.
For more information: www.carestreamhealth.com

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