News | February 13, 2007

Merge, HBO ME Service Radiology in The Middle East

February 14, 2007 - Merge Healthcare announced today that it has formed a new partnership with HBO Middle East (ME) to deliver radiology solutions throughout the Middle East, as the two companies strive to offer customers in the GCC region (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar) and Yemen a set of solutions for radiology.
As part of the agreement, HBO ME will distribute Merge Healthcare's PACS, clinical applications, connectivity products and other solutions throughout the region. Included in the offering is Merge Healthcare's new suite of medical imaging solutions named FUSION GL, web-enabled PACS, as well as a selection of clinical applications for orthopaedic planning, breast imaging, PET/CT analysis, obstetrics, virtual colonoscopy and other specialties.
"Using these applications, physicians can perform imaging procedures such as orthopaedic planning for a hip replacement surgery over the internet, from any location," said Eli Chedid, president of HBO ME.

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