University Hospitals in Cleveland invests in dose monitoring solution from Sectra as part of large multi-year agreement

The medical imaging IT company Sectra (STO: SECT B) has secured a large order with University Hospitals (UH) located in Cleveland, Ohio. The order includes a radiation dose monitoring solution and a five-year extension of the hospital’s service and support contract for its medical IT solutions provided by Sectra.

University Hospitals is one of Sectra’s largest customers in the US as well as an important research partner. UH Case Medical Center, at the core of the UH system, is the primary affiliated hospital of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and has been using Sectra PACS since 2003.

“Sectra has been a great partner in welcoming us into the DoseTrack development process. They are a very talented group of people with strong commitments to their products and supporting their customers, and we feel very confident that we will continue to have shared success with them in the future. Sectra DoseTrack is the latest solution to result from Sectra’s very smart vision of using informatics and clinical data to improve our clinical and business operations, and we couldn’t be more pleased to work with them on it”, says Dave Jordan, senior medical physicist at UH.

Sectra DoseTrack, was named “Best New Radiology Software 2013” by one of the most eminent online radiology portals, AuntMinnie.com.

“We always strive to increase customer satisfaction by providing outstanding support and by working in partnership with our customers to continuously develop products and services to help them become more efficient. We have partnered with UH for more than ten years and this order is an excellent example of the type of long-term relationships we strive for at Sectra”, says Mikael Anden, president of Sectra, North America.

Sectra PACS was awarded “Best in KLAS” in the “2013 Best in KLAS: Software and Services” report. KLAS gathers data on software, services, medical equipment, and infrastructure systems to deliver timely reports, trends, and statistical overviews.