News | Enterprise Imaging | October 27, 2016

Virginia Commonwealth University Health Goes Live with Mach7 Enterprise Imaging Platform

Health system cites technical superiority, flexibility and minimal disruption to existing systems as decision drivers

October 27, 2016 — Mach7 Technologies announced in September Virginia Commonwealth University Health System Authority (VCU Health) is now leveraging the latest in vendor neutral archive (VNA) technology with the Mach7 Enterprise Imaging Platform.

The flexible and robust toolset offered out-of-the-box by Mach7 Enterprise Imaging Platform enabled VCU Health to easily define and quickly implement highly specialized workflows. These workflows extend far beyond basic routing and pre-fetching functionality and allow VCU Health to streamline clinical operations.

Doug Ro, Ph.D., director of radiology information technology at VCU Health, commented, “The strength of Mach7's solution stood out during our extensive evaluation. Mach7’s platform delivers technical superiority, extensive flexibility and immediate benefit to our enterprise without massive investments in custom coding that other solutions require. Minimal disruption to our existing systems coupled with the built-in ability to optimize workflows out of the gate, along with solid references from regional and academic institutions using the technology made our decision to choose Mach7 unanimous."

The only academic medical center and Level I trauma center in the region, VCU Health comprises five health sciences schools, VCU Medical Center, Community Memorial Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU, VCU Massey Cancer Center and Virginia Premier.

For more information: www.mach7t.com

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