News | November 08, 2007

Carestream Health, Collaborative Medical Technology Offer Digital Case Management Solutions

November 9, 2007 - Carestream Health and Collaborative Medical Technology Corporation (CMTC) have entered into an agreement that enables CMTC to begin selling Carestream Health’s line of CARESTREAM PACS and Information Management Solutions in the U.S., effective immediately.

The two companies have completed successful integration of Carestream Health’s Web-based, medical image viewing application with CMTC’s software that enables cross-enterprise sharing of electronic health records. CMTC and Carestream Health plan to offer a combined solution to several telemedicine networks later this year.

CMTC’s software solutions enable a virtual team of clinicians, from multiple providers in various locations, to simultaneously access clinical information and images. These solutions reportedly help facilitate the complex process of physician collaboration with an efficient and comprehensive case-management platform.

For more information: www.carestreamhealth.com and www.cmtcorp.com

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