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Amicas hooks up with Sonix

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PACS vendor Amicas has cut a deal to provide Sonix Medical Resources with an enterprise-wide medical image management system. Sonix, a provider of healthcare development and management services, has 18 imaging centers in the New York/New Jersey area and

PACS vendor Amicas has cut a deal to provide Sonix Medical Resources with an enterprise-wide medical image management system. Sonix, a provider of healthcare development and management services, has 18 imaging centers in the New York/New Jersey area and will use the Amicas PACS workstations as its primary tool for medical image interpretation. The Amicas system will be implemented in a "hub-and-spoke" model with the server connecting to equipment at each of the imaging centers. Two centers were scheduled to begin using the network in April. Five more are scheduled to link in later this year. The entire group is supposed to be operational in 2003.

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