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Kodak-Broadlane deal expands

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The group purchasing agreement between Eastman Kodak and Broadlane, which specializes in delivering supply chain solutions to the healthcare industry, has expanded to include Kaiser Permanente, one of Broadlane’s newest customers. Under the

The group purchasing agreement between Eastman Kodak and Broadlane, which specializes in delivering supply chain solutions to the healthcare industry, has expanded to include Kaiser Permanente, one of Broadlane’s newest customers. Under the expanded agreement, Kodak’s Health Imaging Division will supply medical imaging products and services through 2008 to Kaiser Permanente hospitals and clinics across the U.S. Kaiser Permanente owns and operates about 300 hospitals and clinics nationwide. Of these, around 170 offer medical imaging services.

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