Canon wins $47 million medical imaging replacement contract for WA Health

Canon Medical Systems ANZ has won a $47.2 million contract to roll out a new medical imaging system for WA Health, replacing the state's old Agfa radiology information (RIS) and picture archiving and communication (PACS) systems.

Canon Medical, which took over the assets of Toshiba Medical in 2016, has a full portfolio of software for diagnostic imaging, including its Vitrea enterprise imaging range. It also manufactures diagnostic equipment such as X-ray machines, CT scanners, MRI machines, ultrasounds and nuclear medicine systems.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: WA Health, RIS-PACS, Medical imaging platform, Canon Medical

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