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WEST JORDAN, Utah, June 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- BC Technical, the largest nationwide, non-OEM provider of medical imaging solutions, and UltraSPECT, Inc., a leading supplier of software products for nuclear medicine facilities, have entered into a long-term agreement to provide their customers easier access to UltraSPECT products across the nation.

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The ability to lower radiation exposure to patients and staff is a high priority for BC Technical. UltraSPECT's imaging software provides innovative and cost-effective solutions for improved clinical outcomes and patient safety. By partnering with UltraSPECT, BC Technical can offer multi-vendor solutions, for nuclear medicine systems, to support lower radiation doses, increase patient comfort and throughput through shorter scan times and improve image quality and diagnostic confidence.

"We care about our customers and their patients," said Mark Alvarez, President and CEO of BC Technical. "The ability to lower radiation exposure to patients and staff is an important initiative for us.  This agreement with UltraSPECT allows us to provide our customers the most cost effective multi-vendor solution in the market."

"We are excited to partner with BC Technical on the full suite of UltraSPECT solutions. Using our system, patients will receive lower levels of radiation exposure and imaging departments will realize higher productivity from increased acquisition speed," said Yossi Srour, President UltraSPECT.

ABOUT BC TECHNICAL
BC Technical, headquartered in West Jordan, Utah, was founded in 1995. Their comprehensive expertise in all major OEM medical imaging systems includes the latest PET, PET/CT, SPECT, SPECT/CT, CT and MR technologies. Offering the same level of resources, expertise and quality that you've come to expect from large OEMs, with the added flexibility and value of smaller ISOs, they are in a category by themselves. BC Technical can provide you with high quality refurbished equipment from all major OEMs, nationwide on-site service in all 50 states and personal technical/clinical support; all with uncompromised reliability, quality and value. For more information about BC Technical, please call 1-888-BCTECH1 (228.3241) or visit them online at www.bctechnical.com.

ABOUT ULTRASPECT, INC.
UltraSPECT provides the most cost-effective solutions for meeting ASNC guidelines for Low Dose Imaging. Software-only and SPECT camera-agnostic solutions reduce radiopharmaceutical dose and exam acquisition time while providing images of comparable or better resolution. Patients benefit a lower radiation exposure with faster rest/stress exam. UltraSPECT products are FDA cleared for distribution in the U.S. market and are legally marketed in Europe under the CE mark. The Wide-Beam Reconstruction applications have been tested in leading hospitals and clinics and are already in routine use in hundreds of Nuclear Medicine Imaging centers in the U.S., Europe, Asia and Australia. For more information, please visit: www.ultraspect.com.

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