News | May 20, 2010

Vendor-Neutral Cloud Storage Enhances Image Access

May 20, 2010 - In the future, the majority of health portals, electronic patient health information archives and (ePHI) or electronic medical records (EMR) may support all formats of medical imaging. This will all take place in a vendor-neutral cloud repository.

To meet the need for electronic sharing of medical imaging across the continuum of care, the InDex enterprise archive managed service provides a vendor-neutral cloud-based archive. This enables access to images and diagnostic reports to be available on-demand without the overhead imposed by optical media.

At SIIM 2010, Minneapolis, June 3 to 6, 2010, booth 414, InSite One will demonstrate new applications for the InDex enterprise archive. The zero-footprint InDex Archive Viewing Interface (IAVI) will be featured showing the integration of the archive portal into clinical applications providing storage as the conduit for the exchange with consistent data representation regardless of source.

InDex enterprise archive managed service continues to be the nation’s largest single IHE standards-based, vendor-neutral cloud repository.

For more information: www.insiteone.com

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