News | September 30, 2008

Carestream Health Rolls Out Mobile Version of Website

October 1, 2008 — Carestream Health introduced a new version of its company Web site optimized and formatted specifically for use with mobile phones, PDAs, iPhones and other handheld devices.
Designed with the needs of busy radiology professionals, healthcare IT executives and other customers in mind, the mobile version of carestreamhealth.com enables users to access information about Carestream Health products and services—as well as connect with company representatives—in just seconds while on the go. Customers can quickly and easily contact the company with one-touch calling and e-mailing directly from the mobile device.
A study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research indicates that the overall adoption rate of handheld computing devices and PDAs among healthcare providers may be as high as 85 percent.
Carestream Health intends to broaden the global reach of its mobile site to include additional countries and languages, with the initial implementation being English-based.

For more information: www.carestreamhealth.com

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