The Holloway view: Sustainability, workflow dominate in ECR 2024 exhibition

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Steve Holloway
Published: March 12, 2024 In The News

2nd March 2024 – Featured in Aunt Minnie Europe

VIENNA – Providing firm evidence that new imaging technology is sustainable and has a positive and meaningful impact on radiology workflow are the key priorities of vendors in Europe and beyond, according to market analyst and regular AuntMinnieEurope.com columnist Steve Holloway.

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