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NovaRad Signs Contracts in Georgia

July 5, 2007
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NovaRad Corporation (American Fork, Utah) has expanded its PACS installations with the addition of two new NovaPACS contracts.

The new facilities using NovaPACS are:

· Augusta Oncology, Augusta, Ga.

· Vascular & Interventional Care Center, Augusta, Ga.

According to NovaRad, NovaPACS is enterprise-level picture archiving and communications system (PACS) offering image retrieval, full-feature viewer with intuitive interface, and seven-year onsite archive with offsite emergency back-up.

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