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Siemens wins Scripps supply contract

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Siemens Medical Systems has signed a 10-year agreement potentially worth $10 million with Scripps, a regional healthcare system in San Diego, CA. The contract stipulates that Siemens will provide Scripps with consulting services to improve its work

Siemens Medical Systems has signed a 10-year agreement potentially worth $10 million with Scripps, a regional healthcare system in San Diego, CA. The contract stipulates that Siemens will provide Scripps with consulting services to improve its work processes, along with the vendor’s, imaging cardiology, and oncology care equipment.

As part of the contract, Siemens will suggest ways Scripps can improve its operating and program processes and will work with Scripps to reduce costs. Siemens will serve as Scripps’ preferred supplier of imaging equipment, cardiac care and oncology treatment systems, patient monitoring units, data networking and communications systems, and physical plant equipment.

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