News | November 15, 2007

Nominate the Most Influential Women’s Breast Imaging Centers

November 16, 2007 - Imaging Technology News and Outpatient Care Technology want to recognize and highlight those women’s healthcare centers, specializing in breast imaging, that creatively and effectively use advanced imaging modalities and technologies to deliver high-quality patient care. But we need you, the Reader, to tell us who these influential market leaders are.

Please nominate as many noteworthy women’s healthcare centers as you’d like by clicking on the button in the left-hand column of the home page of ITN online (www.ITNonline.net) and OPCT online (www.opctonline.net).

Based on the nominations we receive from you, we’ll select five to profile and show why they are so successful. Look for the button on the left and vote often. Nominations must include measurable and tangible details in customer service, innovation, operational efficiency and teamwork. But hurry - the deadline for consideration is December 13, 2007.

For more information: www.opctonline.net and www.itnonline.net

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