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Merge releases new digital mammography software

MILWAUKEEMerge eMed, a Merge Healthcare company and a medical imaging software and services company, today announced the release of Cedara I-ReadMammo digital mammography workstation software. This multi modality, vendor-neutral mammography workstation software product is designed to help organizations streamline breast imaging workflow and reduce costs in adopting digital mammography.

I-ReadMammo was designed to help sites like UCSD achieve their goal of moving to a single workstation environment. By offering a multi-modality review environment for breast imaging, radiologists no longer have to purchase a multitude of workstations to read digital breast images.

Merge Healthcare also announced financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2005. Revenue for the third quarter totaled a record $32.7 million, pre-tax cash earnings per share totaled $0.47, and GAAP earnings per share totaled $0.24. The company's cash balance at the end of the quarter was $46.5 million.

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Leila responded 5 years ago: #1

I am looking for a clinic in or near Milwaukee who does HIGH DENSITY Digital Mammography? Can you help?
Thanks.
Leila

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