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Teleradiology firm Line Imaging hooks GE

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Teleradiology software developer Line Imaging of Atlanta announcedlast month that it has reached an agreement with GE Medical Systemsto incorporate Line's WinRad teleradiology product into GE's PACSofferings. GE's network products and services division

Teleradiology software developer Line Imaging of Atlanta announced

last month that it has reached an agreement with GE Medical Systems

to incorporate Line's WinRad teleradiology product into GE's PACS

offerings. GE's network products and services division will market

WinRad as Advantage Review Remote, according to Line representatives.

WinRad is a PC-based teleradiology system that runs on Windows

3.1, Windows 95, and Windows NT operating systems.

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