News | October 09, 2014

New York Mets Renew Partnership With New York Imaging Service

Enables faster imaging and cloud-based service to support uptime

October 9, 2014 — New York Imaging Service, a PMI company and the largest regional independent provider of digital imaging technology and services for medical facilities in New York State, announced that the company has re-signed its contract with the New York Mets. The ballclub will upgrade their existing imaging equipment to Quantum Medical Imaging’s industry leading X-ray room, powered by Carestream’s Digital Imaging Solution. This advanced technology will provide faster imaging capabilities, enabling an accelerated workflow. New York Imaging Service also installed their cloud-based PMI Touch service program, allowing for 24/7 real-time remote support to keep the system up and running smoothly, especially during critical times.

Jeffrey Pasquale, executive vice president of sales for New York Imaging Service, said, “We are excited to be able to install the latest Digital Imaging Solution from Carestream along with Hospital grade X-ray equipment from Quantum Medical Imaging. This renewed partnership reaffirms our commitment to providing our Partners with state-of-the-art equipment, which will ensure high quality care and image quality. With our 911 approach to service, the New York Mets trust we'll be there to support their organization.”

Bill Haussmann, CEO for New York Imaging Services, commented, “To know that the New York Mets medical management depends on this advanced imaging technology for their athletes further validates our solution's excellence and value. Our quality products, coupled with our unique and proactive approach to service, have delivered efficiencies in imaging workflow that will allow New York Mets athletes to receive quicker diagnoses and, in many cases, be back on the field within minutes. It is exciting to provide these services to a ballclub that possesses a great deal of young talent in a highly competitive division.”

For more information: www.nyimagingservice.com

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