Sam Collins

By Sam Collins 08:21 am July 06, 2009
System C Healthcare is showcasing its new clinical intelligence technology at a UK dashboard conference to held in Manchester, England on July 6.
By Sam Collins 09:00 am July 01, 2009
Centre Hospitalier du Mans in France has selected Agfa HealthCare's ORBIS hospital and clinical information system to support the implementation of a full electronic patient record solution.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am June 29, 2009
Swedish IT and medical-technology company Sectra has been selected by Wooster Community Hospital of Wooster, Ohio, as its PACS provider.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am June 25, 2009
The European diabetes diagnostics market is poised for expansion with segments such as self-monitoring and point-of-care (POC) tests offering tremendous growth potential.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am June 25, 2009
Health information technology company iSoft has announced that Klinikum Saarbrücken will become the fifth early adopter site in Germany for its Lorenzo next-generation solution, as part of a 1.08 million euro deal for a hospital information system.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am June 23, 2009
Warwickshire, Solihull and Coventry Breast Screening Service (WSCBSS), which installed its first Sectra MicroDose system in 2005, has now invested in another two systems.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am June 22, 2009
Diagnostic display monitors have experienced slow growth since 2007 due to picture archiving and communication system installations across radiology departments of European hospitals having reached saturation.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am June 22, 2009
Telehealth is enhancing the quality of life for patients and offers a cost-effective model of care for the management of long-term conditions, according to a panel of leading UK healthcare and local government professionals.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am June 17, 2009
Swedish IT and medical technology company Sectra has launched Sectra PACS release 12.1 with RapidConnect technology.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am June 16, 2009
Royal Philips Electronics has introduced its new BrightView X, a scalable SPECT camera that can be easily upgraded with CT when physicians are ready for the full capabilities of BrightView XCT.

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