Medical imaging archives delivered as Cloud-based service offerings
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Health care organizations are required to store, analyze, and reference historical medical imaging data. And many health care disciplines—including Pathology, Endoscopy, and more—maintain their own clinical systems with local data repositories consisting of direct-attached storage, a storage area network, or network-attached storage. 

But the size of these repositories is growing so rapidly many organizations are struggling to keep up.

This paper presents existing and emerging requirements for an enterprise medical imaging archive, and defines the essential attributes of such an endeavor. Learn how delivery of this archive as a cloud-based service offering can significantly reduce cost and complexity, but at the same time enhance functionality.

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