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Philips partners with InSiteOne for ASPs

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Philips Medical Systems has signed a marketing agreement with InSiteOne to incorporate its InDex archive solution as part of Philips' Inturis for Radiology PACS ASP offering (HNN 12/13/00). InSiteOne is a provider of online and nearline digital imaging

Philips Medical Systems has signed a marketing agreement with InSiteOne to incorporate its InDex archive solution as part of Philips' Inturis for Radiology PACS ASP offering (HNN 12/13/00). InSiteOne is a provider of online and nearline digital imaging storage and archiving services. InDex stores and retrieves DICOM images from medical imaging equipment such as CT or MR scanners and PACS, and it integrates with any DICOM-compliant PACS modality, hospital network, or information system. This relationship is one of Philips' first in support of the company's new ASP capabilities.

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