News | March 26, 2009

Agfa Shows Solutions for Storage, Viewing Needs at HIMSS

March 26, 2009 - At HIMSS 2009, Agfa HealthCare will showcase its IMPAX Data Center and IMPAX Mobility Enterprise Clinical Viewer designed to solve enterprise imaging storage infrastructure and viewing needs, enabling a longitudinal imaging patient record in the continuity of care.

Healthcare providers face increasing challenges in effectively managing and sharing clinical imaging information across the enterprise. This challenge is exacerbated by an explosive growth in imaging data and a sprawl of vendor-proprietary data silos that have locked-in both their users and the organization’s data.

Today’s CIO can break this deadlock by serving as the steward of the organization’s clinical imaging information. By offering enterprise-wide image management services, diagnosticians can be afforded freedom of choice for tool selection while clinicians are provided with access to all images and results through the EMR.

Agfa HealthCare will offer at booth 7810 the healthcare community the opportunity to discover state-of-the-art healthcare solutions that meet today’s major challenges, including clinical consolidation, result distribution and improved communication between care providers.

For more information: www.agfa.com

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