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APP changes name to Radiologix

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American Physician Partners has changed its name, effective Sept. 24, to Radiologix. The Dallas company’s stock symbol changed from APPM to RDLX three days later, and continues to trade on the Nasdaq exchange. The move comes just weeks after the

American Physician Partners has changed its name, effective Sept. 24, to Radiologix. The Dallas company’s stock symbol changed from APPM to RDLX three days later, and continues to trade on the Nasdaq exchange. The move comes just weeks after the company acquired imaging center operator Questar Imaging in a deal valued at $44.6 million (SCAN 8/18/99). The Questar deal made Radiologix one of the largest operators of radiology centers in the U.S.

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