News | November 06, 2013

PHS Technologies Group Awarded Radiation Dose Tracking Agreement With Premier, Inc.

PHS Technologies Group, LLC, a division of PACSHealth, LLC announced today that it has been awarded a group purchasing agreement with Premier, Inc. for DoseMonitor its radiation dose tracking system. The agreement allows Premier members, at their discretion, to take advantage of special pricing and terms pre-negotiated by Premier for radiation dose tracking products.

“We are pleased to partner with the country’s leading group purchasing organization and look forward to providing enhanced value to Premier’s members,” said Mike Battin, chief operating officer of PACSHealth, LLC.

DoseMonitor is an automated software solution that monitors and reports the radiation dose received during diagnostic imaging procedures. This important data provides healthcare organizations the information needed to enhance patient safety, ensure imaging exam consistency, maintain regulatory compliance, and manage radiation dose at an enterprise level from a single application.

For more information: www.premierinc.com, www.dosemonitor.com 

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