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Quinnipiac University Selects CoActiv EXAM-PACS for its Diagnostic Imaging Educational Center

September 28, 2010
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Ridgefield, Conn.-based Quinnipiac University has selected CoActiv EXAM-PACS for its diagnostic imaging educational center.The center will provide a radiology training opportunity for the university’s school of medicine, which is scheduled to open in 2012.

Bill Hennessy, director of the university’s diagnostic imaging program, says CoActiv EXAM-PACS supports storage of patient information, from scanned data such as patient forms and prescriptions, to radiation therapy images and DICOM-RT datasets including treatment plans. Hennessy also points out that in addition to radiology education, Quinnipiac is also known for its imaging forensics and bioanthropology programs and part of a worldwide network of researchers involved in the scanning and analysis of Egyptian mummies.



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