News | April 07, 2009

InSite One Re-Signs Three-Year Deal with Imaging Center

April 5, 2009 - InSite One Inc. announced at HIMSS 2009 it will re-sign a three-year contact with InSight Health Corp. for its imaging centers’ enterprise storage with a cohesive service level agreement as the exclusive archive provider, providing InSite One’s InDex DICOM standards-based storage and content management services.

The implementation of InDex enables InSight Health Corp. to consolidate digital data into a virtual archive making it possible for easy access to prior studies as needed and on-demand along with a quick return to operation, disaster recovery plan.

In the company’s 10th anniversary, the InDex Archive currently is averaging 15 terabytes of digital medical data on a weekly basis with a total of over 2.3 billion image objects, representing 5 percent of the U,S. patient population. This makes InDex the largest single medical storage service in the industry with 2 petabytes of medical imaging data managed by InSite One.

InDex (Powering the Digital Medical Storage Management System) is a storage and content management services deliver a powerful suite of intelligent, standards-based solutions that adhere to DICOM, HL7, CIFS and XDS (cross document sharing) protocols. The on-demand repository ensures rapid retrieval of clinical information throughout the enterprise with retention for their legal-life in a tamper-proof HIPAA compliant environment.

InSite One manages the long-term storage requirements on-site or at one of InSite One’s secure Tier-4 mirrored datacenters with disaster recovery services which include restoration of up to 2 terabytes of data within 24 hours in case of a catastrophic event. InSite One’s InDex solutions include obsolescence protection, a solution for limiting the management of physical resources of the healthcare institution, seamless data migration, ongoing IT support that keep pace with evolving needs and technological advances. With over 2.3 billion objects and currently being stored by healthcare facilities nationally, InSite One is the largest single digital medical storage service in the industry.

For more information: www.insiteone.com

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