Kodak Helps With Healthcare Digitization

by CXOtoday Staff    May 22, 2006

Kodak India (P) Ltd has announced that its KODAK DIRECTVIEW Computed Radiography Systems and KODAK DRYVIEW Laser Imaging Systems have been chosen for implementation by prominent healthcare facilities in the country.

An important corporate healthcare provider, Max Healthcare has ordered CR 850 system for its Delhi hospital. Also, the Government of Gujarat has chosen Kodak’s 18 CR 500 systems to be installed at six government/ teaching institutions located in Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Rajkot, Bhavnagar, Jamnagar and Surat, as part of an effort to digitize their radiology workflow.

“Customers are choosing Kodak to help them transition to an all-digital workflow. These wins are evidence that our innovative solutions are delivering results and helping our customers to improve both the quality and cost of patient care,” said Kevin J. Hobert, President, Kodak’s Health Group.

“Our comprehensive product family illustrates the fulfillment of our commitment to providing the industry with cost-effective and highly productive digital medical image capture,” said Mohan Nadkarni, VP, Kodak’s Health Group for India cluster.

KODAK DIRECTVIEW CR systems offer image capture, processing, quality assurance and image handling features, and help providers transition to a digital environment for efficient acquisition, display and storage of medical images.