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PVNA Can Save Your Hospitals Millions, Says Report

PVNA Offers Efficiencies That More Providers are Looking For It doesn’t matter what the industry is, finding ways to become more efficient and more effective while saving money is one of the top objectives. In the healthcare industry, keeping costs down comes second to the top priority, which is to offer the best patient care…
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Three Ways Tools Like Vendor Neutral Archiving are Changing Workflows at Hospitals … Large and Small

Vendor Neutral Archiving Leading the Way to Better Image Management The amount of data being generated by the healthcare community is not decreasing. In fact, there is a need to find larger, more reliable spaces to store healthcare data, including medical images, which can be quite massive. Vendor neutral archiving is giving providers a more…
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How Vendor Neutral Archiving Changes Workflows

Bring Vendor Neutral Archiving Into Your 2017 Strategy There is no way around it – you’re going to need more storage space for your medical images in 2017 than you did in 2016. It’s a trend that’s been consistent for years, and more and more healthcare providers are looking to vendor neutral archiving to assist…
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Medical Image Market May Reach $6 Billion in Five Years: Where Does VNA Fit In?

VNA and Its Place in the Healthcare Image Management Industry It’s an exciting time to be involved in the medical image market as projections for the industry point to a value of $5.85 billion by 2021. That’s a 6.5 percent growth from this year’s value of $4.22 billion. How does VNA fit into this projection?…
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VNA Healthcare: How a Community Hospital Used VNA to Enhance Mammography and Workflow

VNA Healthcare Solutions in the Cloud While technological advancements have improved the way radiologists study images, there continues to be issues in how images are managed. Specifically, archiving, accessing and sharing medical images are at the forefront of most healthcare professional’s list of challenges. VNA healthcare advancements are providing an answer to the questions about…
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Deconstructed PACS and the Cloud: Does Your Image Management Strategy Fit In?

Cloud Solutions Improve Image Management A number of issues come up for healthcare providers looking to find more efficiencies in their medical imaging solutions. They have redundant imaging problems that create cost disadvantages and expose patients to various risks. A way to become more efficient is to make the flow of images across the enterprise…
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PACS-Related VNA: How It’s True VNA

Make Sure Your VNA is the Real Deal The traditional departmental PACS is quickly losing its ability to support the amount of medical image data being generated today. Additionally, the traditional PACS is not capable of doing everything healthcare professionals are asking of it today. For instance, one issue with PACS today is related to…
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HL7 Interface: Increase Control, Save Time and Save Money in Your Hospital or Clinic

Improve Communication With an HL7 Interface Engine It’s not uncommon for healthcare facilities to use software from a variety of vendors. It’s also not uncommon for these software applications to experience difficulty when they try to exchange data. Today a solution for moving data between applications effectively has emerged with HL7. HL7 is the international…
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Your Vendor Neutral Viewer Should Give You Total Availability (No Excuses)

A Vendor Neutral Viewer Helps You Achieve a More Mobile Workforce Downtime. It’s a discouraging word for more than just IT professionals in the healthcare industry. However, with the digital age comes high-tech problems that result in data being unavailable, even if it’s for a brief time. Medical images, now almost exclusively digital, are also…
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How VNA Powers up IT Healthcare Management at Critical Access Hospitals

For those living in densely populated areas, you might be surprised to learn that there are more than 2,000 rural hospitals serving roughly one-fifth of America’s population living in remote areas. They are called critical access hospitals, and while they might not have the resources of the larger hospitals in urban centers, they provide a…
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