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Cedara Will Add Cardiology, Orthopedic Applications To eMed PACS Platform

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Cedara plans to increase sales of its medical software products by leveraging eMed Technologies' U.S. installed based of 450 PACS networks

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