News | Enterprise Imaging | May 04, 2016

KLAS Report Recognizes Infinitt for Broad Portfolio of Imaging IT Solutions

Report highlights Infinitt’s enterprise image management solution with vendor neutral archive capabilities

May 4, 2016 — Infinitt North America announced that the company was highlighted in the new KLAS specialty report, “Imaging IT Landscape 2016 Enterprise Platform: The Next Nirvana?” The report, released April 5, compares vendor performances and calls Infinitt an up-and-comer “ripe to disrupt imaging marketshare.”  

Providers are faced with the challenge of working more collaboratively with disparate products across a variety of segments, the report stated. “To meet this challenge, some organizations have opted to partner with a single vendor who can meet their broad imaging IT needs in seven key areas: cardiology, hemodynamics, image exchange, PACS [picture archiving and communication systems], RIS [radiology information systems], universal viewer and VNA [vendor neutral archives].”

The report calls Infinitt enterprise image management solution a “powerful, Web-based PACS/cardiology/RIS platform expanding into VNA” and cites Infinitt as “straightforward, easy-to-use technology with nimble development and strong integration as strengths.”
 
Although it has been difficult to arrive at consensus on what the term “enterprise image management” encompasses, KLAS researchers found “providers overwhelmingly agreed that vendor neutral archives (VNAs) and universal viewers are the bedrocks of enterprise imaging.”

Infinitt’s VNA offering, called Infinitt Healthcare Platform, is currently being implemented at several customer sites across the nation.

For more information: www.klasresearch.com

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