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Samsung finalizes Raypax beta site

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Samsung finalizes Raypax beta siteKorean PACS firm Samsung has announced that Palo Alto Medical Clinic has agreed to be the beta site for the company’s Raypax PACS product. The clinic will be Samsung’s first U.S. installation of Raypax

Samsung finalizes Raypax beta site

Korean PACS firm Samsung has announced that Palo Alto Medical Clinic has agreed to be the beta site for the company’s Raypax PACS product. The clinic will be Samsung’s first U.S. installation of Raypax since it received 510(k) clearance earlier this year (

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8/99). The system was installed the first week of August, and initially will deal with two modalities, CT and MRI. Samsung, which maintains U.S. operations in San Jose, CA, will work with PAMC to create a version of Raypax that meets the requirements of American radiologists, the company said.

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