July 27, 2007 – GE Healthcare recently announced that it has entered an agreement with Canada based Medipattern Corp. to develop and customize Medipattern's computer-aided detection (CAD) product line for GE's ultrasound imaging systems and allow GE to resell Medipattern's B-CAD product.
News | July 26, 2007
GE, Medipattern Team Up for CAD
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