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Saint Francis Upgrades PACS

August 7, 2008
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Saint Francis Health System, a large multi-site, multi-specialty hospital operating throughout Tulsa, Oklahoma, has signed a contract to upgrade from its existing PACS to Merge Healthcare’s Fusion PACS MX 3.0.

According to Merge (Milwaukee, Wis.), its solution includes the bundled multimodality and vendor neutral workstation capabilities of Merge Mammo 7.10. In addition, the company touts that the solution provides a single workstation environment with worklist capability for most general diagnostic imaging modalities including digital x-ray, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and positron emission tomography as well as mammography images.

With 7,000 employees, 918-bed St. Francis Health System includes five hospitals and multiple clinics and specialty programs across the greater Tulsa area.



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