News | Digital Radiography (DR) | October 12, 2016

Virtual Imaging Awarded Digital Radiography Supplier Contract with Vizient Inc.

Canon subsidiary will be able to sell DR equipment at negotiated pricing to nation’s largest member-owned healthcare company

Canon, Virtual Imaging, Vizient Inc., digital radiography, supplier agreement, RSNA 2016

October 12, 2016 — As of Oct. 1, Virtual Imaging Inc., a Canon company, has been awarded a digital radiography (DR) supplier agreement with Vizient Inc. Vizient is the largest member-owned healthcare company in the country, representing approximately $100 billion in annual healthcare purchasing, according to the company.

Becoming an approved Vizient supplier grants Virtual Imaging the opportunity to sell its DR equipment at negotiated pricing to Vizient’s members, including academic medical centers, pediatric facilities, community hospitals, integrated health delivery networks and non-acute healthcare providers that access the Vizient contract portfolio.

For more information: www.usa.canon.com

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