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"We are delighted that BUPA has chosen Kodak to deliver such an innovative e-health solution to its hospital network," said Ian Marron, Director, e-health Solutions for Kodak's Europe, Africa & Middle East Region (EAMER). "This is a great endorsement for our integrated radiology solution."
Kodak's proven RIS-PACS and storage management solutions are currently successfully deployed at healthcare facilities around the world, including more than 250 sites across the European Union. Kodak has signed more than 70 new customers for these solutions in the past 12 months.
Implementation across BUPA Hospitals will begin upon completion of site surveys at the end of March followed by a phased rollout.
Set up in 1947, BUPA is a broad-based health and care organization with a growing international presence. It has 7.8 million customers in 180 countries and 40,000 employees. Its main interests are health insurance, hospitals, care services for older people and young disabled, health assessments, workplace health and childcare services.
About Kodak's Health Group
Kodak's Health Group, with 2005 revenues of $2.65 billion, is a world leader in supplying the medical and dental professions with advanced healthcare products, services and information technology solutions. Its broad portfolio includes picture archiving and communications systems (PACS), radiology information systems (RIS), healthcare information systems, computed radiography (CR) and digital radiography (DR) systems, laser imagers, mammography and oncology systems, x-ray film systems, dental imaging products, and a range of consulting--as well as repair and maintenance--services.