GE Healthcare plays role in digitising UK NHS:
This article was originally published in Clinica
UK hospitals are to benefit from GE Healthcare's Picture Archiving and Commmunications Systems (PACS) technology following a deal between the General Electric subsidiary and Fujitsu Services, the designated local service provider of IT systems and support for the southern region of the NHS. Under the agreement, GE's technology will be incorporated into Fujitsu's new digitised records systems that are to be introduced to UK hospitals as part of the National Programme for IT. The programme is being implemented into five regional clusters, the southern region - for which Fujitsu won the contract earlier this year (see Clinica No 1094, p 8) - being the biggest.
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