WA Health resurrects $50m medical imaging platform tender

WA Health is back in the hunt for a medical imaging platform to replace its 2003 era Agfa Quadrat radiology information system (RIS) and Agfa Impax picture archiving and communication system (PACS), issuing a tender for an off the shelf RIS/PACS with vendor neutral archive that appears very similar to one released in 2016, which saw it decline all offers.

Back then the budget for the implementation and maintenance of the system was expected to be about $52 million, but this time WA Health's Health Support Services (HSS) will compare a variety of solutions, including a standalone RIS/PACS without a VNA, a standalone VNA, a combined RIS/PACS/VNA and the specialist components requested.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: WA Health, Medical imaging platform

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