News | September 30, 2009

Intelerad, Mid-Atlantic Group Network Sign PACS Deal

September 30, 2009 - Intelerad Medical Systems and Mid-Atlantic Group Network of Shared Services (MAGNET) signed an agreement for Intelerad to offer its products to MAGNET’s national healthcare provider network.

MAGNET represents a membership of over 1,000 hospitals and 5,000 clinics and physician practices. MAGNET members will benefit from Intelerad's PACS solutions and flexible financing as well as its top rated customer service. Intelerad maintains clients' satisfaction by ensuring its customers' success in delivering the highest levels of patient care.

To meet the needs of the individual health care provider, MAGNET has a "User-Driven" philosophy, where it consults healthcare providers on their needs, and focuses on quality of services, to improve patient outcomes.

Changes in health care payment methodologies and an environment more focused on cooperation than competition, have changed the face of purchasing, making total cost an increasingly important part of the acquisition process.

For more information: www.magnetgroup.com and www.intelerad.com

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