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Size Does Matter: How Rural Hospitals Benefit From Cloud PACS

More than ever, healthcare facilities, including rural hospitals, are utilizing the strengths of cloud PACS to deliver better healthcare services. Nearly every provider has made the leap to electronic health records systems or is in the process of doing so because it’s federally mandated. For hospitals that kept storage vaults for their medical imaging, those…
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Are These Key Elements of Disaster Recovery Part of Your Hospital Business Continuity Planning?

Business Continuity Planning Through Cloud-Based Solutions When it comes to technology, being prepared for evolving solutions is critical. In the healthcare industry, change is a constant, including with technology tied to medical imaging. This became highly apparent as hospitals moved away from film-based systems to electronic images. Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) are now…
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Cloud PACS and Seamless EMR Data

There are many reasons why medical facilities are establishing electronic health records  (EHRs and EMRs) and cloud PACS, none of which are probably more enticing than the federal government’s incentives in doing so. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, which was passed in 2009, first brought to light these incentives. IT departments in healthcare facilities…
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How Mobile Access and Cloud PACS Solutions Will Transform Your Radiology Workflow

Cloud PACS Improve Performance Across the Board There is no denying the place of  cloud PACS in the healthcare environment today. While that might have been a false statement several years ago, providers today are finding a variety of benefits in cloud-based solutions for medical imaging. In fact, cloud-based solutions aimed at the healthcare industry…
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Cloud PACS Brings Disparate Systems Together; Saves Costs, Improves Outcomes

Cloud PACS Get Your Images Off the Island For too many years the image management system used by healthcare providers has functioned like an island. PACS living on this island had no way off of it. Furthermore, nothing from other islands could reach the island. Cloud PACS is helping to build bridges between islands. As…
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Rural Hospitals and Cloud PACS: Unique Considerations

Cloud PACS Helps Rural Hospitals Improve Patient Services It wasn’t always the case, but the healthcare community is embracing cloud technology. It’s being deployed at a rapid rate as providers realize the vast streams of data they can access via off-premise servers. Even for rural hospitals, cloud PACS are becoming a way to save money…
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Cloud PACS: Stop Allowing Your PACS to be Dependent

Choose a Vendor Neutral Cloud PACS Stop allowing your existing PACS to be dependent on just one server. A better option is to adopt a cloud PACS where servers are virtually limitless. Healthcare IT professionals today are looking for PACS that offers the ability for each independent component of the PACS to operate independently, and…
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Cloud PACS and Patient Portals: Can Radiologists be Freed From the Reading Room?

How Radiologists Are Using Cloud PACS to Their Favor The medical landscape is changing. In many ways, it’s becoming more patient-centric, as is evidenced by the proliferation of patient portals that give patients and doctors better access to patient records. With cloud PACS, the patient-centric focus is coming into better view. Patients today are demanding…
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Were the Predictions About Hosted Cloud PACS Correct?

The Advantages of Hosted Cloud PACS Healthcare providers today are doing everything they can to control costs while improving their level of care. For radiologists and IT departments, these two objectives can prove difficult to exact simultaneously. However, hosted cloud PACS have been in the conversation for years as a possible solution. Have the solutions…
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The Benefits of a Cloud PACS Solution

Skepticism about the cloud is finally waning. Companies were often most skeptical about the security risks involved with doing business in the cloud. This includes healthcare facilities that didn’t want to store their radiological images anywhere but on site. As cloud-based groups proved they could be reliable, mostly through choosing to store data with ultra-secure…
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