News | May 13, 2009

ProMedica Health System chooses Sectra RIS

May 13, 2009 – ProMedica Health System, one of the largest integrated health systems in the U.S., spanning 27 counties throughout Ohio and Michigan, has selected Sectra as their radiology information system (RIS) provider.

Throughout the agreement with ProMedica Health System, Sectra will supply RIS products and direct service and support. For several years ProMedica Health System has been using Sectra PACS and will now use optimize it with the tight RIS/PACS integration delivered by Sectra. The system is useful for customers who have demands to deliver radiology services across several institutions and/or communicate between several healthcare providers.
ProMedica Health System owns or operates nine hospitals, accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation on Healthcare Organizations. Together these hospitals have more than 2,900 physicians and 15,000 employees that meet the needs of more than 2.5 million patients annually.
“ProMedica Health System’s decision to replace our legacy RIS with Sectra RIS was driven by integration,” said Tom DellaFlora, vice president, Information Systems at ProMedica Health System.

For more information: www.sectra.com

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