News | August 07, 2009

Mobile Imaging Group Signs Three-Year Deal with GPO

August 7, 2009 - DMS Health Technologies, a national mobile diagnostic imaging service provider, announces that it has signed a three-year agreement with Amerinet, a national group purchasing organization to provide Amerinet members with mobile diagnostic imaging shared services and interim rentals of mobile imaging products.

The three-year agreement, effective August 1, 2009, includes MRI, CT, PET/CT, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, cardiac/angio, bone densitometry and digital mammography services.

Healthcare facilities can reduce costs and time needed for due diligence when selecting a mobile provider by leveraging their relationship with Amerinet. Mobile diagnostic imaging shared services from DMS Health Technologies allow healthcare facilities the ability to test new technology, build volumes and provide additional imaging services. Interim rentals provide a complete turnkey solution to eliminate patient disruption during times of backlog, renovation, system upgrades, or disaster recovery

For more information: www.DMSHealthTechnologies.com and www.amerinet-gpo.com

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