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McKesson readies IT releases for RSNA 2009

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McKesson readies IT releases for RSNA 2009McKesson will showcase at RSNA 2009 its latest image management technology, VTRIP (Variable Thickness Regional Intensity Projection), a workflow enhancement that promises more efficient reading of CT and MR studies.

McKesson will showcase at RSNA 2009 its latest image management technology, VTRIP (Variable Thickness Regional Intensity Projection), a workflow enhancement that promises more efficient reading of CT and MR studies. The company will also debut enhancements to its healthcare information technology products, Horizon Medical Imaging, Horizon Cardiology, and Horizon Study Share solutions. Among these is a new visualization module for the Horizon Rad Station Advanced or Distributed workstations.

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