Hologic Ranked #1 for Mammography System Performance and Customer Satisfaction for 10th Consecutive Year – Oil City Derrick

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Updated: December 1, 2022 @ 2:53 pm
Hologic, Inc. (Nasdaq: HOLX), an innovative medical technology company primarily focused on improving women’s health, swept the 2022 IMV ServiceTrak™ Awards for Mammography, taking home awards for Best Service, Best Customer Satisfaction and Best System Performance. This is the 10 th consecutive year that Hologic has ranked first in the industry for Mammography System Performance and Customer Satisfaction and the eighth year for Mammography Service.
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