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Kodak plans SCAR introductions

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Kodak will unveil later this month a new secure worldwide e-mail system and a new Web-based service that remotely monitors digital medical imaging equipment at the Society for Computer Applications in Radiology meeting in Vancouver. Kodak will also show

Kodak will unveil later this month a new secure worldwide e-mail system and a new Web-based service that remotely monitors digital medical imaging equipment at the Society for Computer Applications in Radiology meeting in Vancouver. Kodak will also show a work-in-progress PACS designed to manage and store images from full-field digital mammography products, along with an integrated solution that includes the Kodak DirectView PACS System 5 and RIS 2010 radiology information system.

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