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Merge collaborates with Methodist Healthcare

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Methodist Healthcare of Memphis has joined the Merge Premier Partner Program. Through this program, Merge collaborates with leading clinical partners to develop medical communication and informatics solutions for diagnostic imaging that lower healthcare

Methodist Healthcare of Memphis has joined the Merge Premier Partner Program. Through this program, Merge collaborates with leading clinical partners to develop medical communication and informatics solutions for diagnostic imaging that lower healthcare operating costs, increase efficiencies, reduce medical errors, and improve patient care. As a partner, Methodist Healthcare will receive a license to Merge’s medical software tools, such as MergeWeb for clinical workflow research and product development. Merge will receive ongoing clinical input, commercial rights for products codeveloped with its partners, and a network of clinical trial and reference sites. Several of Merge’s Premier Partners are its customers. Other partners include Medical College of Wisconsin, UCLA Medical Center, and Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology.

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