News | November 19, 2008

Carestream, NDMA Support Advanced Imaging Analytics Services

November 18, 2008 — Carestream Health Inc. and National Digital Medical Archive Inc. (NDMA) are collaborating on product integration initiatives designed to support the expansion of NDMA’s national imaging network and improve customer access to its analytics and data management services.

The companies plan to integrate each other’s technologies to create new services that will enable healthcare facilities to better manage, process and evaluate digital medical images and accompanying data. The goal of this collaboration is to provide solutions that can help hospitals and freestanding medical imaging facilities maximize revenue and profitability, enhance equipment and resource utilization, and improve patient care and outcomes.

NDMA selected Carestream Health to support its digital medical imaging services offerings because of its depth of experience in infrastructure management. As NDMA continues to expand its services throughout the U.S., Carestream Health will support and complement its digital services offerings.

Carestream Health offers a broad portfolio of computer radiography and digital radiography systems to meet the medical imaging needs of hospitals, trauma units, orthopaedic and specialty clinics, outpatient imaging centers and other healthcare facilities.

For more information: www.carestreamhealth.com and www.ndma.us

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