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Routing Images With Vendor Neutral Archiving: Considering It?

It’s no secret that the medical imaging industry changes at a rapid pace. As every advancement hits the market, medial specialists are better able to care for their patients. However, when it comes to routing images, many facilities still suffer due to compatibility issue. One of the advancements that have helped control the issues facilities…
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What Does the Top-Performing Radiology PACS Solution Include?

Radiology PACS are Going Offsite Are you currently feeling mired down with your radiology PACS solution? In a perfect world if money was not a barrier, how would you set up your PACS? Likely, many will want something that keeps up with the ever increasing flow of medical images that have to be archived and…
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Diagnostic Errors are Very Expensive: Cloud PACS Can Streamline Diagnosis

Cloud PACS are Answering the Call for Better Diagnoses It’s an unfortunate circumstance when a misdiagnosis works against the health of a patient. Avoidable illnesses are often treated incorrectly in the U.S. because of diagnostic errors, and it can result in death. The benefit of going with a cloud PACS solutions is that fewer misdiagnoses…
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Find Efficiencies in Cloud PACS

The Benefits of Cloud PACS It wasn’t long ago that when it came to shopping around for a PACS solution, your options were limited to fairly expensive to really expensive solutions – and nothing in between. Fortunately, cloud technology is expanding, giving cloud PACS the ability to offer a new and efficient way of meeting…
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Deconstructing PACS: Why it’s Still the Buzzword for Ending Data Silos

The Key Behind Deconstructing PACS Today many healthcare organizations are moving away from departmental PACS in an effort to provide more access to images as well as patient data. Electronic medical record access is the catalyst for some of this change, but so too is the patient expectations and accessibility issues clinicians face. Can deconstructing…
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Why VNA Matters so Much to Critical Access Hospitals

What VNA Does for Medical Imaging Vendor neutral archiving: it’s a part of conversation for just about every IT professional in healthcare. VNA, as it’s more widely known, has emerged among cloud computing as a go-to solution for improving the way providers handle medical imaging. Has your facility realized the benefits of using VNA? Today,…
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PACS and True VNA: What You Should Know

The healthcare community has caught on to the vendor neutral archiving (VNA) trend in a big way. As the search for the perfect picture archiving and communication system (PACS) ensues, many administrators are beginning to wonder what constitutes true VNA. Many people have differing views on what VNA is, which is why some providers implement…
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Vendor Neutral Voice Recognition in Radiology: It is Disruption Time

Disruption is a word often used in a negative light. However, for radiologists considering the next steps in technology that will help them do their jobs more efficiently, the latest “disruption” is positive: vendor neutral voice recognition. Some past disruptions include replacing film with digital processes, and replacing CD burning technology with electronic delivery of…
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PACS and HIE: Rumors and Truths

What’s in Store for PACS in the Future? The technology surrounding medical images continues to evolve, which means the conversation about the future of PACS gets deeper and wider every year. It’s difficult to separate the rumors from the truth and get a clear picture of where we’re headed in healthcare IT. There is an…
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What are Typical Problems with Image Routing?

When a healthcare facility implements a new picture archiving communication system (PACS), the honeymoon phase might last a couple of years before image routing problems begin to occur. In facilities where the PACS is really old, there is a good chance that there are more problems on a typical day than just image routing issues.…
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