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Surprising Predictions About Cloud Backup Services for Radiology

What Cloud Backup Services Can do For You Cloud computing is growing at a rate that has industry experts saying it will be a $6.79 billion industry in 2018. That represents an annual compound growth rate of more than 21 percent. What is your IT team doing to join in with cloud backup services. Have…
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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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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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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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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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How Structured Data and Enterprise Archiving Are Trending Now

Meaningful Use (MU) objectives are influencing how radiologists approach their workflow. The latest phase, which includes requirements regarding when electronic reports must be available to patients, has definitely impacted the way radiologists and IT professionals are thinking about enterprise archive compatibility. The enterprise archive is a long-term storage solution that is capable of managing data…
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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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How Does PVNA Impact Workflow?

Top Solutions in 2015 Include PVNA Picture archiving communications systems (PACS) joined with vendor neutral archiving (VNA) creates a data management solution that is on the rise in 2015. It might not be a common acronym at the moment, but the more medical IT professionals get to know about PVNA, the more they are turning…
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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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