Roche strikes four-year agreement with Medical Automation Systems:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Medical Automation Systems (MAS) of Charlottesville, Virginia is to provide Roche Diagnostics' diabetes care division with data management systems under a newly signed four-year agreement. The first system, RALS-G, forms part of the Roche Accu-Chek Connect System which delivers real-time access to blood glucose testing data to improve patient care. It eliminates the physical transfer and manual entry of data, allowing patient results to be reported more efficiently and accurately.
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