News | October 16, 2007

InSite One to Release InDex 5 with Optimized Features

InSite One Inc. will debut its InDex 5 digital medical archive that will contain new features created to improve enterprise workflow and management capabilities. InSite One has developed a roadmap to enhance the InDex Archive services preparing users for the future. The InDex 5 services will reportedly expand the tools to intelligently manage information for the life of clinical data.

The release will incorporate a revised set of Web-enabled administration functions for reporting and configuration management across virtual storage assets. This will begin to address the users’ ability to manage InDex services as a repository of all data types and the ability to capture HL7 results and store them for clinical applications and the electronic medical record. InDex 5 is planned for general availability in February 2008.

InDex 5 comes on the heels of the InDex 4.1 release in October 2007 with the inclusion of long-term storage management of non-DICOM data, high availability (99.999 percent) for on-site storage configurations and expansion of interface capabilities with HL7 features for patient reconciliation, according to the company.

InSite One’s InDex Archive currently contains over 1.3 billion individual medical images and records, nearly 20 million studies, for over 500 healthcare facilities nationally. On a monthly basis, this archive reportedly averages over 500,000 new studies.

Company website: www.insiteone.com

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