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MILWAUKEE, WI - - Merge Technologies Incorporated
has signed agreements with four European companies to resell or distribute Merge eFilm's FUSION RIS/PACS and eFilm Workstation solutions. These full-service healthcare solution firms will increase the availability of Merge eFilm's products and services throughout European healthcare organisations. The healthcare analysts Frost & Sullivan have estimated the European Medical Image Management annual growth to be 25% per year, reaching US$704.5 million in 2004. Merge eFilm's FUSION RIS/PACS software and professional services are designed to meet the needs of this growing European market.
"We partner with companies that have a depth of understanding of medical image and information workflow. That level of comprehension optimises the flexibility of FUSION RIS/PACS and eFilm Workstation to configure the precise solution that is needed for the customer's workflow," said William Stafford, Vice-President of OEM/VAR Sales. "In addition, the quality of service that these partners provide will assure that users will have a positive, supportive and successful transition from paper and film-based operations to enterprise-wide digital image and information workflow."
The new FUSION RIS/PACS value added resellers include Leuag A.G., Stans, Switzerland; DuMed A/S, Herning, Denmark; and Softgate GmbH, Erlangen, Germany. Hospital Services Limited, Dublin, Ireland, will distribute eFilm Workstation.
Merge eFilm is a global healthcare software and services company focused on delivering a suite of RIS/PACS software solutions and professional services to hospitals, imaging centres and clinics. For more than sixteen years, Merge eFilm has leveraged its healthcare IT, clinical and engineering experience to increase productivity, reduce costs and improve patient care by efficiently integrating and automating clinical and administrative workflow. For additional information, visit their web site at http://www.merge-efilm.com