Sponsored Content | Case Study | Enterprise Imaging | March 21, 2017

Leading Children’s Hospital Shares Its Recipe for an Enterprise Imaging Strategy

A nonprofit, 600 bed academic medical center is preparing to add images from all specialties and fully integrate its enterprise archive.

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC), a 600-bed academic medical center, faced the dual challenges of long-term image storage and lack of true disaster recovery for full-fidelity images. With the implementation of Merge interoperability solutions, these important issues were addressed, workflow was improved and CCHMC now plans to further expand its archive beyond radiology and cardiology, across all specialties.

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