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MediSolution installs PACS in Canada, goes to NJ

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New Jersey-based St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center has purchased a comprehensive PACS from MediSolution. Installation will be completed through the Canadian company’s new MarkCare division, established after acquisition of a company by

New Jersey-based St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center has purchased a comprehensive PACS from MediSolution. Installation will be completed through the Canadian company’s new MarkCare division, established after acquisition of a company by that name. The contract is expected to generate more than CDN $1.5 million in revenue for MediSolution’s MarkCare division over the next three years. In related news, MediSolution has completed its first PACS installation in Canada at Boundary Trails Health Centre, a newly completed medical facility in Winkler, Manitoba.

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