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Sectra PACS wins ‘Best in KLAS’ in the US for the sixth year in a row

Linköping, Sweden and Shelton, CT – January 31, 2019 –  International medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra (https://www.sectra.com/) (STO: SECT B) continues to be the #1 rated PACS and is awarded the prestigious customer satisfaction award ‘Best in KLAS (https://klasresearch.com/report/2019-best-in-klas-software-services/1473)’. For the sixth continuous year, Sectra has been named ‘Best in KLAS’ in the US for PACS (Large Hospital/IDN) (https://klasresearch.com/best-in-klas-ranking/pacs-large-hospital-idn/2018/7-1) with a score of 94 out of a possible 100. The distinction is given by the healthcare IT data and insights company KLAS Research. With an increasing number of VNA customers, Sectra is also included in the report in the VNA Image Archive category*. 

2019-01-31
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Medical Systems
Change in number of shares outstanding in Sectra during January

Press release – Linköping, Sweden, January 31, 2019 – During January, the number of shares outstanding in Sectra AB (https://www.sectra.com/investor/) (publ) (STO: SECT B) increased by 233,202 ordinary Class B shares. As of January 31, 2019, the number of shares totals 38,352,871. 

2019-01-31
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Financial Information
Sectra’s Capital Markets Day—focus on Imaging IT Solutions business area

Linköping, Sweden, January 17, 2019 – International medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra (http://www.sectra.com/investor) (STO: SECT B) is arranging a Capital Markets Day today in Linköping, Sweden. The theme for the event is “Sectra today and three years ahead within medical imaging IT – Sectra’s largest operating area.”

2019-01-17
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Financial Information
US-based Charlotte Radiology chooses Sectra as its breast imaging vendor

Linköping, Sweden and Shelton, CT – January 10, 2019 – International medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra (https://www.sectra.com/) (STO: SECT B) will install its enterprise breast imaging solution throughout the fifteen North Carolina-based breast centers of Charlotte Radiology. Upon project completion, radiologists will experience enhanced workflow productivity through multi-modality viewing on one workstation with the end goal of improved cancer care.

2019-01-10
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Medical Systems