News | October 09, 2013

Long-Term Data Archive System in Use by Multi-Location Medical Practice

October 9, 2013 – Hosted PACS Solutions, Inc., announced that the Center for Bone and Joint Surgery of the Palm Beaches is now utilizing their HIPAA compliant, DICOM archive that will allow for retrieval of data for a minimum of seven years – and can be viewed from any location with an internet connection.

The Center for Bone and Joint Surgery was first introduced to Hosted PACS Solutions through a member of their teleradiologist staff familiar with the cloud based digital service.  While the practice did not need full digital PACS services, they recognized HPS’s ability to provide archival services to meet their needs as a multi-faceted medical business.  Upon further investigation the group made the decision to migrate all patient image data archiving to HPS.  “We realized that we needed a cost effective solution for long-term storage of patient image data while ensuring HIPAA compliance,” said Samantha Levy, Facility Manager for the Center for Bone and Joint Surgery.  “The transition to Hosted PACS was seamless and we know our patient information is secure, duplicated, and available to all of our locations at any time.”

For more information: www.hostedpacs.com

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