News | Digital Radiography (DR) | June 11, 2021

MXR Imaging Chooses Konica Minolta for its Partners in Imaging Excellence Program

 MXR Imaging, Inc., an independent provider of imaging sales and service in the U.S., has chosen Konica Minolta for its Partners in Imaging Excellence Program which delivers a comprehensive approach to medical imaging solutions across multiple departments, modalities, and imaging applications for healthcare facilities.

June 11, 2021 – MXR Imaging, Inc., an independent provider of imaging sales and service in the U.S., has chosen Konica Minolta for its Partners in Imaging Excellence Program which delivers a comprehensive approach to medical imaging solutions across multiple departments, modalities, and imaging applications for healthcare facilities.

Through their Partners in Imaging Excellence Program, MXR will align its portfolio of services with technology from Konica Minolta, a recognized global leader for providing expertise in diagnostic imaging and precision medicine solutions for personalized healthcare. 

“MXR has successfully provided expert imaging advice and quality products to the healthcare industry for decades, bringing savings to facilities of all sizes,” said Jeff Root, Executive Vice President of MXR Imaging.  “This new program utilizes resources from MXR and Konica Minolta, two industry leaders, to provide innovative products, services, life-cycle management, and so much more in a consultative manner — truly a unique approach in the market.”

For more information: www.mxrimaging.com

 

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