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KLAS Launches RSNA Resource Center

November 13, 2009
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Orem, Utah-based KLAS has launched a new RSNA Resource Center to help providers attending the 2009 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference make informed technology buying decisions.

The RSNA Resource Center features a variety of radiology-focused KLAS reports, including the new KLAS Medical Imaging Buyers Guide, which offers product ratings for nearly two hundred modalities and software packages, all based on the feedback of thousands of healthcare providers, says the organization.

In addition to the buyers guide, KLAS’ RSNA Resource Center contains several other KLAS report summaries that are available for download by healthcare providers. These reports include:

  • 2009 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Medical Equipment
  • Diagnostic Imaging Equipment: Which Vendors are Positioned to Win?
  • Enterprise Imaging: A Vendor Reality Check
  • Digital Mammography: Hot Market in a Cool Economy
  • Toshiba: Earning a Seat at the Table
  • Slicing the CT Market: Next Generation, 64, and 16


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