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DR Systems Inks Four Contracts

March 13, 2009
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San Diego-based DR Systems, makers of the Unity RIS/PACS, signed four new contracts, including two data migrations from legacy PACS, totaling almost $1.57 million. The four facilities are:

  • Hillsdale Community Health Center (Hillsdale, Mich.), a state-of-the-art facility with a graduate medical education program associated with the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine;
  • Salem Clinic (Salem, Ore.), a four-facility clinic that includes full-service radiology and laboratory departments and houses more than 50 medical specialists and general practitioners;
  • Contemporary Imaging Associates (Livonia, Mich.), a practice that performs more than 65,000 examinations yearly and offers diagnostic radiological procedures as well as image-guided biopsies;
  • Advanced Radiology Imaging Associates (Fort Myers, Fla.), which provides a range of diagnostic testing, screening tests, and consulting services. The center also offers primary interpretation and second opinions via teleradiology.
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