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ROCHESTER, N.Y. - Eastman Kodak Company today announced it signed contracts with numerous U.S. facilities in the fourth quarter of 2005 for its computed radiography (CR) systems, digital radiography (DR) systems, radiology information systems (RIS), picture archiving and communications systems (PACS) and information management solutions (IMS).
"Kodak's powerful medical information management solutions enable healthcare facilities to more efficiently manage the huge increase in patient images and information that must be managed properly," said R. L. (Vern) Davenport, Chief Operations Officer, Healthcare Information Solutions, and Vice President, Kodak's Health Group. "The scalable healthcare IT solutions we offer can support any size facility - from a small hospital or group practice to a regional healthcare system with dozens of connected sites."
The following facilities are among those that have placed orders for KODAK digital medical imaging and information systems:
* Capital Health Plan (Tallahassee, Fla.) ordered a KODAK CARESTREAM RIS/PACS for Imaging Centers and CARESTREAM Enterprise Information Management, which enables enterprise-wide management of images and information. The facility also purchased two KODAK DIRECTVIEW CR 975 Systems, along with KODAK Healthcare Solution Services to redesign and optimize its new digital workflow.
* Century City Doctors Hospital (Century City, Calif.) purchased a KODAK DIRECTVIEW Web Distribution System that offers fast, convenient image and report access for clinicians and referring physicians, with viewing tools supplied to users via a standard Web browser.