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Dalcon forms venture with InPhact for RIS

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Dalcon Technologies, a subsidiary of Medical Resources, is partnering with InPhact to develop a new integrated radiology information system for use in diagnostic imaging centers. The RIS will combine Dalcon's outpatient radiology expertise

Dalcon Technologies, a subsidiary of Medical Resources, is partnering with InPhact to develop a new integrated radiology information system for use in diagnostic imaging centers. The RIS will combine Dalcon's outpatient radiology expertise (including scheduling, billing, and collection software) with InPhact's image processing, workflow, and storage systems.

Dalcon plans to rewrite its existing ICIS software to meet the pending HIPAA requirements while addressing the expanding needs of diagnostic imaging companies, according to Geoffrey Whynot, co-CEO. Medical Resources owns and operates 70 imaging centers in the U.S.


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