April 27, 2009
Diagnostic Imaging International Corp. – CTS Signs Second Daytime Coverage Contract
Las Vegas, April 27, 2009 - Diagnostic Imaging International Corp. (OTCBB: DIIG) announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Canadian Teleradiology Services (“CTS”), has signed a second, new contract to supply daytime service in addition to nighttime service to an existing client.
CTS signed a new daytime contract for teleradiology services this past week. It is also the second hospital to opt for weekday daytime service from CTS. The contract is with a hospital that currently receives nighttime and weekend service. Each time a hospital signs up for daytime service a separate contract and terms are agreed to.
Daytime service is a great opportunity for CTS to increase its revenue stream.
In general, daytime contracts represent a larger volume of potential imaging studies as during the daytime is when hospitals are running at a higher capacity in their imaging department. In addition, daytime service offers a potential of higher end radiology modalities that generate higher billings.
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