Agfa clinches five-year extension to AHS (Adventist Health System) deal:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Agfa Healthcare has secured a second five-year agreement, worth $35m, to supply its medical IT and imaging technology to Adventist Health System, a not-for-profit healthcare organisation serving nearly four million patients each year across 36 hospitals in the US. The deal will see the Agfa-Gevaert subsidiary, which has US headquarters in Greenville, South Carolina, deliver its computed radiology (CR) imaging systems for orthopaedics, as well as PACS archive systems, to the 17 hospitals in AHS' Florida division.
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