Alliance Imaging to pay $100 million for Mobile Technology:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Alliance Imaging, which claims to be the largest provider of hospital-based fixed site and mobile magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography services in the US, has signed a definitive agreement to buy Mobile Technology, a similar company, for $100 million in cash and debt assumption. The deal will give the combined company some 180 sites.
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