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DR Systems Snaps Up Five Imaging Contracts

April 27, 2007
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San Diego-based DR Systems, makers of the Unity RIS/PACS, has signed five new contracts with healthcare facilities, totaling nearly $6.5 million.

According to DR Systems, the five new facilities contracts are with:

  • Arizona Medical Clinic (Peoria, Ariz.)
  • Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center (San Luis Obispo, Calif.)
  • Valley Radiology Consultants (Escondido and Poway, Calif.)
  • Excela Health (Greensburg, Pa.)
  • Downey Regional Medical Center (Downey, Calif.)

The largest contracts, all over $1 million, were with Excela Health, Downey Regional Medical Center, and Valley Radiology Consultants, says the company.

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