By AuntMinnieEurope.com staff writers

June 12, 2019 -- Enterprise content management specialist SynApps' Veolity medical image processing software will be used across eight National Health Service (NHS) England facilities in the NHS' effort to use mobile CT scanners to check the lung health of 600,000 people over the next four years.

The NHS has allocated around 70 million pounds (79 million euros) to fund 10 projects that will target U.K. regions with high rates of lung cancer, the company said.

SynApps is the U.K. distributor of MeVis Medical Solutions' Veolity, which can be used with existing PACS or vendor-neutral archive patient record systems.


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