Healthcare solutions firm CompuMed announced the signing of a licensing agreement that enables Kodak Electronic Products Shanghai Company to enhance its digital radiography and computed radiography systems with CompuMed's proprietary OsteoGram osteoporosis screening software.
Kodak Electronic Products Shanghai Company (KEPS) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Eastman Kodak (EK).
Under the terms of the one-year agreement, KEPS will exclusively license and distribute the DICOM version of the OsteoGram on existing and new DR and CR systems in China.
KEPS has the largest installed base of digital radiography systems in China, and currently markets its products via a direct sales organization, as well as a comprehensive nationwide network of medical imaging distributors.
"We are pleased to partner with Kodak China and to expand our relationship with the Kodak Health Group family," said Jerry McLaughlin, chief executive officer of CompuMed. "As the Chinese market leader in digital radiography, Kodak China is very well positioned to lead the charge against osteoporosis, which is a major health concern in Asia."