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Access lands Imnet as teleradiology OEM

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Access lands Imnet as teleradiology OEMAccess Radiology of Natick, MA, has signed an agreement with Imnet Systems of Atlanta in which Access will provide its Framewave line of teleradiology products to Imnet. Imnet is the third OEM to which

Access lands Imnet as teleradiology OEM

Access Radiology of Natick, MA, has signed an agreement with Imnet Systems of Atlanta in which Access will provide its Framewave line of teleradiology products to Imnet. Imnet is the third OEM to which Access is providing Framewave; the other two are Sterling Diagnostic Imaging and GE Medical Systems of Milwaukee.

The Framewave products will complement the line of PACS workstations Imnet accessed through an OEM agreement signed in March with ISG Technologies of Mississauga, Ontario. Framewave will provide teleradiology capabilities to users of those systems.

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