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The United States Air Force Selects Medicor Imaging's MiPACS Dental Enterprise Solution as its Dental Imaging PACS

Charlotte, NC (August 15, 2007) - Listed below are the US Air Force Bases that have implemented the MiPACS Dental Enterprise Solution, with the remaining 60 bases completed in 2008:

Lackland Air Force Base (AFB)
San Antonio, TX - November 2004
Maxwell AFB
Montgomery, AL - August 2006
Malmstrom AFB
Great Falls, MT - November 2006
F.E. Warren AFB
Cheyenne, WY - December 2006
Elmendorf AFB
Anchorage, AK - December 2006
Eielson AFB
Fairbanks, AK - December 2006
Sheppard AFB (including Sheppard Schoolhouse)
Wichita Falls, TX - December 2006
Robins AFB
Warner-Robins, GA - December 2006
US Air Force Academy
Colorado Springs, CO - December 2006
Hickam AFB
Honolulu, HI - January, 2007
Hill AFB
Salt Lake City, UT - January 2007
Kadena AFB
Okinawa, Japan - February 2007
Wright-Patterson AFB
Dayton, OH - February 2007
Edwards AFB
Mojave Desert, CA - March 2007
Hanscom AFB
Bedford, MA - March 2007
Eglin AFB
Ft. Walton Beach, FL - March 2007
Kirtland AFB
Albequerque, NM - April 2007
Tinker AFB
Oklahoma City, OK - April 2007
Misawa AFB
Misawa City, Japan - in progress - July 2007
Yokota AFB
Tokyo, Japan - in progress - June 2007

Medicor Imaging has worked extensively with the United States Air Force since 2004 when the MiPACS Dental Enterprise Solution was chosen as the single dental imaging solution for the US Air Force. With a combination of the MiPACS Dental Enterprise Viewer and MiPACS Storage Server, the Air Force was provided a complete, DICOM-compliant system for capturing, archiving, and viewing digital dental images.

MiPACS provided the opportunity for the Air Force to choose the "best of breed" for all hardware in the Digital Dental Radiography System (DDRS), while maintaining a single archive and staying away from proprietary software. Schick CDR (Intraoral sensor), Planmeca Promax (Digital Panoramic and Cephalometric), Air Techniques Scan-X (PSP system), Kodak 6100 (Intraoral sensor), and Codonics dry imagers have all been integrated seamlessly with MiPACS throughout the Air Force sites.

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