News | January 09, 2007

Konica Wins Diagnostic Imaging Contracts

January 9, 2007 - Konica Minolta Medical Imaging announced that it has been awarded contract positions with Amerinet, a group purchasing organization (GPO), for computed radiography, laser imagers and medical imaging films, effective from January 1, 2007 through December 31, 2009.
These awards include Konica Minolta’s family of REGIUS computed radiography products, DRYPRO Dry laser imagers and Konica Minolta branded film. Specifically, the Konica Minolta computed radiography award includes the Xpress CR System, the REGIUS 370 Upright Digital Radiography System, along with a self-learning CR systems -- the IQue CR and IQue SE.
Konica Minolta’s DRYPRO Dry Laser Imager award includes the DRYPRO 793 for the digital mammography images and centralized imaging, the DRYPRO 771 for decentralized imaging and the new DRYPRO 832, reportedly the world’s smallest laser imager for use as a PACS productivity tool.

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