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Women's health imaging provider Hologic will have nonexclusive distribution rights in the U.S. to InSiteOne's proprietary image management service, called InDex (Internet DICOM Express). InDex will be offered by Hologic as an image management solution to

Women's health imaging provider Hologic will have nonexclusive distribution rights in the U.S. to InSiteOne's proprietary image management service, called InDex (Internet DICOM Express). InDex will be offered by Hologic as an image management solution to the growing base of mammography centers using its Lorad Selenia full-field digital mammography system. The pay-as-you-go service, which charges subscribers per study, includes online, nearline, and disaster recovery/business continuance image storage and access. InDex is compatible with PACS as well as DICOM-compliant digital modalities, hospital networks, and information systems.

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