Qualimedis and Verso Healthcare, by building a turnkey, clinical and economical partner offer, have succeeded in introducing the first ZAP-X in France, only a few months after its CE certification. Access the press release –
Technical and financial functional audits
Providing long-term support to healthcare professionals and players means contributing to the efficiency and safety of our healthcare system. The Verso Healthcare group is thus positioned as close as possible to the patient, the resident…
New partnership Medgest – Medical Professionals :The clinical and economic performance of an imaging platform or department in a healthcare institution has long been linked to the solutions and technologies implemented. While this aspect remains
To support the group’s strong commitments and growth at the international level, Verso Healthcare is pleased to announce that David DESPRETZ is joining the group as Chief Commercial Officer, reporting directly to the Group Chairman.
123CS, a subsidiary of the Verso Healthcare group, a player in healthcare cybersecurity in France and Europe
After having been awarded in 2021, the ExpertCyber label delivered by the French State, 123CS has just joined the Alliance for Digital Confidence (ACN) and obtained the ECSO Cybersecurity Made in Europe label. The Alliance
Hospitalia: Verso Healthcare and Christophe Sicot featured in the February issue on the theme 2022, ready for a new beginning?
New article on Hospitalia: 2022 has only been around for a few weeks, but it is already shaping up to be a year at the crossroads of several issues for the world of healthcare. Verso
Qualimedis and Verso Healthcare are facilitating access to ViewRay®’s MRIdian™ Linac system, the world’s first and only MRI-guided system for adaptive radiotherapy, with real-time monitoring synchronised with radiation delivery. It is a major example of
Although open MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) has existed for a long time, its low magnetic field, despite its advantages (absence of specific shielding, lower cost, examination of patients with prostheses, premature babies, etc.), has often