News | August 13, 2007

Carestream Health Announces New Mammography CAD Orders

August 14, 2007 — Carestream Health Inc. announced the recent signing of contracts for its KODAK Mammography CAD System with breast imaging facilities across the nation who reportedly chose the system because of its ease of use, efficient workflow and diagnostic accuracy.
"I appreciate the KODAK Mammography CAD system's ease of use. When a technologist is not available, I can load films myself and continue reading," said David R. Anderson, M.D., Director, Breast Center of Lansing.
John F. Garvish, M.D., ordered the KODAK CAD system because he was impressed with its algorithm performance as well as its workflow. “The KODAK CAD system offers excellent accuracy and does not have the high rate of false positives I was experiencing with my previous CAD system,” he said.
Other faciliites that recently purchased the KODAK CAD system include: Laurel Diagnostics (Laurel, MD), Metroplex Hospital (Killeen, TX) and Mountain Community Hospital (Lake Arrowhead, CA).
For more information: www.carestreamhealth.org

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