News | July 24, 2008

InSite One Adds 40 Sites to Client List

July 25, 2008 - InSite One said it added 40 new clients during the first half of 2008, including hospitals, general outpatient imaging centers, cardiology and women's imaging centers, as more facilities outsource archiving and storage management.

The company said this reflects the value of out-sourcing archiving and storage management addresses the challenge of cost control, technology obsolescence, and ensures high availability of clinical information while reducing risks associated with long-term data management.

These clients are using InSite One’s InDex managed archiving and storage services as part of the company’s partners’ PACS solutions delivers reportedly immediate access to archived data as well as disaster recovery. InDex with the Rapid Restore service for data recovery assures clients that diagnostic studies and related data will be available whenever needed.

New clients, partner sites include Medical Clinic of North Texas, Fort Worth, TX; University Physicians Healthcare, Tucson, AZ; Imaging Center of Arlington in Arlington, VA; Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY; Coosa Valley Medical Center in Sylacaga, AL; Cardiology Associates of Northwest Indiana in Munster, IN; and, Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, NJ.

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