Merge Technologies Inc. unveiled an academic licensing program for its eFilm Workstation software.
Merge says an annual subscription for the software is available for a $100 scholarship fee to support the instruction of radiology by qualified university and college faculty, acquisition of softcopy reading skills by students in radiology and radiology technology programs, and the implementation of radiology research.
The program is designed for teaching, learning or research purposes. The eFilm Workstation is normally priced at $800 for an annual subscription fee for non-academic purposes.
To qualify for the license, purchasers must be university or college faculty teaching a certified radiological course; a university or college student in a radiology medical program that requires medical image viewing; or a university or college conducting research that requires medical image viewing.
For additional information, visit the company's web site at www.merge-efilm.com.