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Konica lands CR deal

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Konica Minolta Medical Imaging has cut a three-year agreement with Carolinas HealthCare Systems (CHS) to provide computed radiography solutions through the CHS Integrated Healthcare Network. CHS is the largest healthcare system in the Carolinas. It owns,

Konica Minolta Medical Imaging has cut a three-year agreement with Carolinas HealthCare Systems (CHS) to provide computed radiography solutions through the CHS Integrated Healthcare Network. CHS is the largest healthcare system in the Carolinas. It owns, leases, and manages hospitals, nursing homes, physician practices, home health agencies, radiation therapy facilities, managed care companies, and other healthcare-related operations, with more than 4900 licensed beds and approximately 23,000 employees.

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