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Acuo Technologies Announces Vendor Neutral Archiving Contract With Rush University Medical Center
Date:12/1/2008

le to gain control of their data and never pay for a migration again. The Acuo solution will be used as the PACS neutral Archive of Record for all future PACS system purchases. This strategy will enable Rush to add applications directly to the Acuo Archive without expensive and complex integrations to existing and future PACS. Using the standards based approach, the Acuo solution will eliminate the costly and time consuming data migrations in the future.

"We are very pleased to initiate this relationship with one of the country's most prestigious hospital systems," said Jeff Timbrook CEO of Acuo Technologies. "We have been very impressed with the technical team at Rush and are excited they share our vision of software middleware layer that offers superior image management, archiving, and data migration capabilities that are extensible and collaborative. Acuo delivers to Rush University a set of applications that extend and virtualizes storage, network, and application resources such as PACS and DICOM communications."

About Acuo Technologies

Acuo Technologies, with headquarters in St. Paul, MN, was founded in 2000 with the objective of developing the first enterprise-wide collaborative asset management solution for medical DICOM images residing in a Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS). Over 250 implementations around the world have deployed DICOM Services Grid(TM) software solutions. For more information, visit www.acuotech.com.

About Rush University Medical Center

Rush University Medical Center is an academic medical center that encompasses the more than 600 staffed-bed hospital (including Rush Children's Hospital), the Johnston R. Bowman Health Center and Rush University. Rush University, with more than 1,270 students, is home to one
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