Lexmark International, a vendor of printing services and document workflow products spanning multiple industries, continues to expand its healthcare holdings with at least the fourth acquisition in the past year.

The company has paid $37 million to buy Toronto-based Claron Technology which sells a platform of medical imaging viewing, distribution, sharing and collaboration software. The platform gives web access to imaging studies from picture archive and communication systems and vendor neutral archives, with a universal viewer supporting 2-D and 3-D viewing.

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