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  • Mach7 Technologies has signed a software licence agreement with St. Teresa’s Hospital in Kowloon, Hong Kong
  • Mach7 develops innovative data solutions that improve overall patient outcomes
  • St. Teresa’s has licensed Mach7’s Enterprise Imaging Platform, Universal Work list, QC Workflow and migration engine to combine its existing PACS into a single system
  • The agreement has an estimated total contract value of $950,000 for Mach7, across a five-year term

Mach7 Technologies has signed a software licence agreement with St. Teresa’s Hospital in Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Mach7 develops innovative data solutions which create a clear and complete view of the patient to inform diagnosis, reduce care delays and costs and improve overall patient outcomes.

Hospital systems and imaging centres around the world employ Mach7 Technologies’ solutions.

St. Teresa’s has licensed Mach7’s Enterprise Imaging Platform, Universal Work list, QC Workflow and migration engine to combine its existing Picture Archiving Communication Systems (PACS) into a single system.

“St. Teresa’s is a well-respected hospital in Hong Kong, and we are delighted to help them expand their capabilities to better meet their patients’ needs,” Mach7 Managing Director Mike Lampron said.

This initiative is set to improve radiologist productivity through rapid access to relevant prior patient images. This will enable both reading and quality control in different environments through web-based applications.

The agreement has an estimated total contract value of $950,000 for Mach7, across a five-year term.

Mach7 signed a contract with Hong Kong’s public hospital provider, Hospital Authority, in 2018. However, this deal marks the company’s breakthrough into Hong Kong’s private hospital space.

“We are gaining positive momentum in this region and this deal confirms the need for a flexible PACS solution that emphasises interoperability and can provide image access to all clinicians,” Mike said.

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