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Clarian Health Selects PACS

June 25, 2009
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Indianapolis-based

Clarian Health

, one of the largest health systems in the Midwest selected Stamford, Ct.-based

Fujifilm’

s Synapse PACS to replace the health system’s legacy PACS.

Clarian Health is an Indiana-based, private, nonprofit organization that owns or is affiliated with over 20 hospitals and health centers throughout Indiana, including five in greater Indianapolis: Methodist and Indiana University hospitals, Riley Hospital for Children, Clarian West Medical Center and Clarian North Medical Center. Clarian offers a broad base of tertiary services, including specialized pediatric care at Riley Hospital for Children and a Level I Trauma Center. Clarian Health is also affiliated with IUSM, the nation’s second largest medical school and a national leader in medical education and research.

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