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HealthNet Installing PACS at Two Facilities

July 14, 2008
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HealthNet L.L.C., a joint technology venture will deploy Birmingham, Ala.-based Emageon Inc’s RadSuite product at two of its facilities, Glendive Medical Center (Glendive, Mont.) and Sidney Health Center (Sidney, Mont.).

The agreement covers installation of enterprise PACS, workflow management and advanced visualization at both medical centers, says the company. It also includes software services for specialties in addition to radiology.

HealthNet is a joint venture between four hospitals in Western North Dakota and Eastern Montana.

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