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Vendors Unite to Integrate Billing into RIS/PACS Solution

July 17, 2009
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Phillipsburg, N.J.-based Infinitt North America is partnering with Great Valley Technologies (GVT, Malvern, Pa.) to offer its single-database RIS and PACS with fully-integrated billing capabilities.

According to the company, the Infinitt RIS/PACS/Billing Solution will be a completely integrated, end-to-end radiology software solution for physician practices, imaging centers and small hospitals.



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