News | PACS | October 23, 2019

Intelerad Expands Cloud-based Managed Services Offering Worldwide

Nuage Cloud Managed Services provides cost-effective, scalable and secure option for medical imaging data management and long-term storage

Intelerad Expands Cloud-based Managed Services Offering Worldwide

October 23, 2019 – Intelerad Medical Systems announced the worldwide expansion of its Nuage Cloud Managed Services offering. Medical imaging organizations will benefit from the Intelerad private and secure managed services platform around the world.

Nuage PACS (picture archiving and communication system) in the Cloud and Nuage Long-Term Storage will allow customers to host and manage their entire PACS infrastructure in the cloud, as well as benefit from flexible long-term storage services. Intelerad is working with new Tier 3 and Tier 4 data center partners in the U.S., U.K., Australia and Europe to meet increased global customer demand for the company’s cloud-based managed services.

Key features of Nuage Cloud Managed Services include:

  • Predictable, all-inclusive cost model;
  • Real-time scalability to meet performance and usage needs;
  • Reliable, full redundancy across data centers to avoid data loss;
  • Unlimited and secure clinical data storage, with built-in data replication and backup; and
  • Data protection and compliance with international privacy and security regulations.

Nuage Cloud Managed Services seamlessly supports business growth and expansion, assuring ongoing business agility. Customers can drastically reduce information technology (IT) resource burdens, benefit from the most modern technology, security controls and system redundancy, while avoiding the need for recurring investment in technology and staffing.

"Our practice has grown substantially in the last few years and Intelerad was the PACS partner we needed to support us in our projected growth in the coming years," said David Castleberry, chief executive officer of South Georgia Radiology Associates. "Intelerad's robust cloud solutions and services have helped increase our radiologists' efficiency and optimized our practice's overall performance."

“By choosing Intelerad’s Nuage PACS in the cloud we have been able to provide high quality service with rapid response irrespective of where our specialists are located. We have instant connection to patient records and images considerably increasing the efficiency and safety of our practice,” said David Wilson, M.D., owner of St. Luke’s Radiology in Oxford, U.K. “Being compliant with data privacy and security regulations is key to our business and knowing our patient data is safe by choosing an ISO27001 compliance provider was key to our choice.”

For more information: www.intelerad.com

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