The newest offering in the InDex suite of services is InDex Link. The service enables clinicians to directly share patient exams across multiple healthcare systems and all PACS DICOM platforms — linking only the intended patient studies without sharing direct access to the institution’s complete digital environments. The InDex Link offering from InSiteOne securely transmits exams between any provider’s PACS systems without requiring re-archiving of studies.
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New Offering in InDex Suite of Services
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