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Vendor Neutral Archiving: Learning from a Colorado Success Story

The exchange of information through the electronic health records (EHR) process doesn’t have to be a nightmare. A Colorado critical access hospital proved that recently when it connected with its EHR system to a health information exchange (HIE) called the Colorado Regional Health Information Organization, or CORHIO. Estes Park Medical Center, the first of its…
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How a Vendor Neutral Archiving System Delivers Control Back to the Hospital

Are You Attached to a Vendor Neutral Archiving System? IT vendors specializing in picture archiving communication systems have for years been in control of how the medical community manages medical, diagnostic images. Thanks to the advent of the vendor neutral archiving system, power is being placed back into the hands of radiologists and other healthcare…
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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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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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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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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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Vendor Neutral Image Access and HL7: Why the Technology is Here to Stay

What You Need to Know About Vendor Neutral Image Access and HL7 A new acronym is hitting the healthcare IT industry, it’s pronounced “fire.” Fast healthcare interoperability resource (FHIR) is combining the best features of version two of HL7 as well as version three of CDS product lines. It leverages the latest Web standards and…
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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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Why Was Vendor Neutral Archiving Avoided in The Past?

Vendor neutral archiving (VNA) is more than just a trend – it is bringing great value to healthcare facilities across the nation. However, this wasn’t always the case. When hospital and radiology administrators began bringing picture archiving and communication systems into their facilities, they were coming in as complete solutions, meaning all the hardware had…
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