University Hospitals in Cleveland selects Sectra as PACS provider

Published on January 12, 2010 at 4:06 AM · No Comments

“With our new generation PACS, focusing on customer productivity and wide-area radiology, Sectra is well-positioned to meet their demands today and well into the future.”

University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio has selected the IT and medical-technology company Sectra (STO:SECTB) as their PACS provider. University Hospitals has been recognized by Thomson Reuters as a Top 10 hospital system in the U.S., and by U.S. News and World Report as one of America’s best hospitals.

Over the course of the five-year agreement, Sectra will deliver PACS products and direct service and support to University Hospitals in Cleveland, one of the largest healthcare providers and private employers in Northeast Ohio. University Hospitals will leverage Sectra’s new generation PACS with RapidConnect to provide radiology services across a large, distributed group of hospitals and outpatient health and surgery centers.

“At University Hospitals, a big part of our ability to deliver excellent radiology services and patient care is dependent upon our commitment to technology,” said Himanshu Pandya, Vice President of System Radiology at University Hospitals. “We have leveraged the Sectra PACS platform for over five years, and we are excited about working closely with Sectra going forward as we continue to deliver a broad offering of healthcare services to the Northeastern Ohio region.”

“As one of the largest and most progressive healthcare systems in the U.S., University Hospitals in Cleveland is a leader in the delivery of efficient, patient-centric healthcare,” indicated Tom Giordano, President of Sectra North America. “With our new generation PACS, focusing on customer productivity and wide-area radiology, Sectra is well-positioned to meet their demands today and well into the future.”

Source: University Hospitals
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