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Birmingham signs five-year contract with Agfa

30th January 2013

University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust has signed a five-year contract for Agfa Healthcare’s IMPAX solution.

The move follows a competitive tender to replace its national PACS programme contract and the trusts says it chose Agfa as it represented the best – but not the cheapest - solution of the three systems that bid. However, it also sees Birmingham bucking the trend as many trusts in the North, Midlands and East cluster have chosen not to tender this year and remain with their current provider, Accenture, under an extension of existing contracts.

 

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Mark Radvanyi

Thursday 31st January 2013 @ 15:17

Accenture was not the PACS provider to Birmingham. It was another company.


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Article Information

Title: Birmingham signs five-year contract with Agfa
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 23635
Date Added: 30th Jan 2013

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