News | July 23, 2006

Medical Image Archival Reaches 10 Million

InSiteOne has reached a new milestone with over 10 million digital medical image studies archived. This translates now to over 850 million individual image objects archived. The company is only 6 years old, and has achieved this growth by working with the majority of the industry’s PACS vendors and developed DICOM archiving and storage in their InDex suite of premier services.
Clients include facilities like Hartford Hospital, Shands Jacksonville Medical Center, InSight Health, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Sutter Healthcare, MedQuest, Breast Center of Houston and Cardiac Imaging Centers of America. With nearly 400 client sites actively archiving with InSiteOne, the company is expecting continued growth.
“Because of our focus in utilizing the best archiving and storage technology, InSiteOne’s clients know that their digital assets, their medical data, are protected and always accessible. Our archive handles all their digital images whatever the study size, such as with multislice CT scans, digital mammography and cardiology and migrates that data to increasingly faster media without any additional costs or downtime for the client.”, states Paul Dandrow, InSiteOne’s Chief Operating Officer.

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