News | May 08, 2009

Medipattern Signs Up Radiology Group for B-CAD Service

May 9, 2009 - The Medipattern Corp. signed another Enterprise Wide B-CAD-FOR-LIFE managed service contract with Metropolitan Diagnostic Imaging Group LLC (MDIG), a group that has 13 radiologists that operate out of seven sites pushing the total licenses worldwide to over 100.

MDIG services the metropolitan New York area with locations in Manhattan, Forest Hills, Queens, Brooklyn and three locations in Long Island. B-CAD Computer Aided Detection (CAD) for breast ultrasound imaging will be implemented throughout the multi-site practice. B-CAD is available through three different sales models. Customers may purchase, lease or they may gain the value of B-CAD through the managed service plan called B-CAD-FOR-LIFE; where they pay one monthly fee for the service. The total B-CAD license count includes a mix of purchased, leased and managed service units. With this order the majority of the licenses will be in the United States.

For more information: www.medipattern.com

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