Company News Releases

April 16, 2014

Carestream Will Participate in Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Session to Be Held at SIIM 2014

The discussion will be moderated by Matthew B. Morgan, MD, University of Utah Health Sciences Center. It will take place on Thursday, May 15, from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm in the Innovation Theater of Exhibit Hall B at the Long Beach Convention Center.

April 10, 2014

Major Hospital Purchases Carestream’s Vue PACS Upgrade, Vue Motion Image Viewer and Lesion Management Module

Major Hospital (Shelbyville, Ind.), purchased and installed an upgrade to the newest CARESTREAM Vue PACS to benefit from advanced features and options.

April 9, 2014

Carestream To Supply PACS, Archiving and Data Exchange Solutions For TéléSanté Centre Project (MIRC) In France

Throughout the tender process, Carestream demonstrated the benefits of being a single solutions provider and its ability to supply a highly effective and affordable solution that took account of existing solutions.

April 2, 2014

Carestream’s New Bone Suppression Software Receives FDA Clearance, Now Available Worldwide

Carestream’s current software already offers companion images that can enhance visualization of tubes, PICC lines and pneumothorax. 

March 26,2014

Thorek Memorial Hospital Integrates Carestream’s Cardiology, Radiology PACS Platforms with a Vendor-Neutral Archive

The hospital also implemented Carestream’s zero footprint Vue Motion enterprise image viewer that allows physicians to access imaging studies and reports from any location using laptops or mobile devices.

March 20, 2014

OSF Saint Francis Medical Center Deploys Carestream’s DRX Imaging Systems to Help Enhance Care for OR, ER, ICU Patients

The hospital’s radiology team conducted a week of on-site patient imaging for both the DRX-Revolution and an existing mobile imaging system retrofitted with a Carestream DRX-1 system.

 

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