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Different Uses for Hospital Data: How Two Entities Use VNA

For a medical facility to be considered modern today, they have to be up to date on the platforms they use to share medical images. The most popular form of managing such tasks is through picture archiving and communication systems (PACS). Increasingly, providers are finding that vendor neutral archiving (VNA) is assisting them in image…
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Vendor Neutral Archiving System Puts You in Charge of the Data

The phrase “vendor neutral archiving system” is talked about often, however, the definition isn’t the same for everybody, which can cause some confusion. Some hospitals learn too late that their supposed vendor neutral archiving system isn’t as vendor neutral as they had hoped. When a hospital has positioned its picture archiving and communications system (PACS)…
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Feeling Trapped by PACS?

If you are feeling pressure to replace your picture archiving communication system (PACS), you’re in the same boat as healthcare facilities across the nation. Many are looking to stay compliant with Meaningful Use requirements and prepare for the changing environment Stage 2 will bring. It’s important to plan wisely as you look to change your…
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Vendor Neutral Archiving Meets Rising Needs of Patient Information That is Comprehensive

Government mandates are making the task of processing patient information more complex, especially for understaffed and budget-challenged facilities. With Stage 2 of Meaningful Use ramping up, additional pressures are mounting as healthcare providers struggle to hit deadlines. The challenge that many IT teams are facing is the fact that their systems weren’t built to support…
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VNA Can Help Crush Hospital Data Silos

Radiologists are taking note regarding the next round of federal financial incentives for health IT adoption, known as Stage 2 of Meaningful Use. Stage 1 didn’t affect radiologists as much as they’ll find in Stage 2. The biggest impact will be on security and capacity concerns. What might impact radiologists more is the fact that…
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Why is VNA Growing so Fast for Radiology Information Systems?

Despite its critics and some healthcare IT workers still holding on to their legacy systems, vendor neutral archives (VNA) are fast gaining ground in the healthcare industry. The fact that healthcare providers share information on a daily basis is what’s driving the growth of the VNA market to the tune of more than $200 million…
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DICOM Storage and Worry-Free Image Storage Architecture: Quick Facts

You’ve probably heard your fair share about vendor neutral archiving, or VNA, as it has become more popularly known. You’ve also probably thought to yourself that the perks to this type of DICOM storage could benefit your doctors and your patients. Here are a few quick facts to get you up to speed on DICOM…
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More than 30 Percent of All Upcoming Imaging Will be Stored on a Vendor Neutral Archiving System

If your healthcare facility isn’t already invested in vendor neutral archiving (VNA), there is a good chance that you will at least be considering it within the next four years. It’s a trend that doesn’t look to be slowing anytime soon. According to a study by InMedica, a company that provides market research and consulting…
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More Hospitals See Stronger Data Mining and Sharing With Centralized Image Storage

The healthcare industry has witnessed a proliferation of images, formats and procedures for storing and accessing digital images over the last decade. The picture archiving communication systems (PACS) market has exploded, which is helping to push the proliferation even further. This is something you’ve probably already noticed in your healthcare facility. In order to control…
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VNA: It’s All About Healthcare Workflow

Vendor neutral archiving, or VNA as it has become known in radiology circles, is being used in healthcare facilities throughout the world. Last summer, the largest healthcare system in England chose a vendor to supply all of its IT and VNA solutions. The six facilities that make up Barts Health NHS Trust serve around 2.5…
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