Technology | November 25, 2014

New Medical Image Sharing Does not Require the Use of Cloud Technology

With Vaultara’s new image sharing software, medical facilities can enjoy the benefits of image sharing without the risks of the “cloud”

Cloud, Remote System Viewing, RSNA 2014, Image Sharing Software

November 25, 2014  — According to a 2014 Benchmark study on Patient Privacy & Data Security, healthcare respondents view the use of cloud services as a serious threat, second only to employee negligence.

In the past, image sharing outside of the healthcare network was made possible primarily through a third party cloud service that included image archival and was paid for on a per usage basis. Besides the security and budgetary challenges, anyone who wanted to benefit from image sharing was forced to use the cloud or to burn CD’s.

With Vaultara's new image sharing software, healthcare organizations can have complete control of patient data, with the ability to send and receive images securely and quickly without subscribing to a cloud.

To learn more about Vaultara’s product, visit the Data Distributing, LLC booth (#B6647) at RSNA 2014.

For more information: www.vaultara.com

 

 

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