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  • IMEXHS’ Australian distributor, CrossPoint, has signed its first Australian client in CMU Holdings
  • This contract is free of charge and will see the company’s imaging system be used in aged care homes
  • The system is designed to increase effectiveness and patient outcomes, while also reducing costs
  • The company share price is slightly up 2.27 per cent, with shares trading at 4.5 cents

IMEXHS’ Australian distributor, CrossPoint Telecommunications has signed its first Australian client, CMU Holdings.

CMU Holdings is a New South Wales Central Coast-based mobile radiology service that covers the Newcastle and Hunter Valley regions.

IMEXHS is known for its innovation in the medical imaging services market.

It offers flexible and scalable imaging solutions through its cloud-based Hiruko branded suite. These include the next generation Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) and integrated Radiology Imaging System (RIS).

The company’s products are designed to increase productivity and save money for users, while enhancing patient outcomes.

This recent contract provides the Hiruko-Aquila RIS/PACs platform to be provided to CMU Holdings, free of charge, for 10 years.

“We are pleased to have been able to partner with Dr Gutmann and CMU for the localisation of the Hiruko-Aquila system in Australia. CMU is an ideal client to work with on this important milestone for Australia and serves to showcase Hiruko-Aquila’s superior tele-radiology capabilities,” CrossPoint CEO Carlos Palacio said.

Additionally, CrossPoint is providing storage and back up services as part of the contract. The contract has no minimum monthly commitment and is unlikely to noticeably increase company revenue.

Originally based in Australia, CrossPoint moved its headquarters to Singapore in 2009 and now delivers services in over 38 countries.

CMU currently operates from eight remote locations and provides on-demand services to any Newcastle-based aged care facility. From these locations, the images are sent back to a central location for reporting.

IMEXHS’ share price is slightly up 2.27 per cent, with shares trading at 4.5 cents as at 1:09 pm AEDT.

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