Agfa starts Tuscan RIS project

Agfa HealthCare has launched the second phase of its Tuscan Medical Technology (TMT) hospital digitization project, in which it will install its RIS product in 12 hospitals of the central Tuscany region of Italy, the Mortsel, Belgium-based vendor said today.

During the first phase of the project, which commenced in March this year, Agfa installed 20 CR systems, more than 40 of its NX diagnostic workstations, two QS mammography servers, and 25 DryStar printers.

Agfa said the TMT RIS/PACS project has a total tender value of 45 million euros ($59.8 million U.S.).

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
December 7, 2006

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