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Medivision gets $1.35m. Kaiser pact
Seth Freedman
04/06/2006
Yokneam Ilit-based Medivision said its US subsidiary received a $1.35 million contract from Kaiser Foundation Health Plan.
Yokneam Ilit-based Medivision said its US subsidiary received a $1.35 million contract from Kaiser Foundation Health Plan. Under the terms of the deal, the Ophthalmic Imaging Systems division will provide Kaiser with ophthalmic picture archiving and communications systems, and also will implement the product and train Kaiser employees on how to use the program. The system will be integrated with existing digital cameras at the 12 Kaiser Permanente medical centers in Southern California, as well as in their satellite offices. Medivision is a market leader in the ophthalmic digital imaging field.
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