Medical Imaging Corp. (OTCMKTS:MEDD) announced today the next stage in the equipment overhaul to its imaging facilities.
LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / August 21, 2017 / An upgraded Seimans CT machine has now been installed at Partners Imaging of Naples. The installed CT system will meet federal requirements, known as XR29, which require a low dosing software system to ensure the least amount of radiation exposure for patients. The system will also ensure the Company is maximizing Medicare and third party payment rates for CT scans performed at the Naples, Florida location.
“Our Naples CT business has been growing throughout 2017, so it was important to have the software installed to meet the new federal standards and ensure that we had a stronger and newer CT machine with greater up time as we approach the start of our busy season this fall,” said Mitch Geisler, CEO. “The machine has now been installed and we can resume scanning CT patients this week.”
Earlier this year, Medical Imaging announced plans to upgrade various equipment as part of a program to ensure we are meeting and exceeding the requirements for a modern imaging center. Previously announced was the switch of a center Xray machine to digital, followed by today’s announcement of our CT upgrade.
About Medical Imaging Corp.
Medical Imaging Corp. (OTC PINK: MEDD) is a provider of comprehensive medical imaging services to patients and client hospitals in the United States and Canada through its four Diagnostic Imaging Centers, and its’ Teleradiology Services. For more information, please contact us at 887-331-3444 or visit www.medimagingcorp.com.
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