How to more effectively manage all types of medical data

How to more effectively manage all types of medical data

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Many health care facilities have begun to utilize Vendor Neutral Archiving (VNA) technologies for their image storage needs. But on their own, VNAs cannot guarantee image availability. Furthermore, health care providers must be sure that their medical images are not only readily available, but also protected.

Join independent consultant, Joe Marion, as he presents four strategies for adopting VNA, while taking into consideration the high availability needs of health care information. View this webcast now to learn about an approach that ensures the availability of DICOM images.

Additionally, discover how to design your archive in a way that will help you to more effectively manage all types of patient data. 

Speakers

Joe Marion Principal, Healthcare Integration Strategies, LLC

Joseph Marion is Principal of Healthcare Integration Strategies LLC, a consulting business he started in 1993. Mr. Marion’s primary areas of expertise are Speech Recognition, Radiology and Cardiology PACS (Picture Archive and Communications Systems), and enterprise imagemanagement and distribution. Mr. Marion has published numerous articles in industry publications, has chaired PACS sessions at various industry conferences, and blogs for Healthcare-Informatics.

Tim Kaschinske Healthcare Data Management Technology Expert, BridgeHead Software

With over 20 years of experience in leading healthcare and data management organizations which include Symantec, Agfa and Mitra corporation, Tim has outstanding experience with applying technology to solve data management challenges for healthcare.

Charles Mallio Jr. Strategic Alliances Manager, NetApp Healthcare
Vendor:
BridgeHead and INHS
Premiered:
Feb 19, 2013
Format:
Multimedia
Type:
Webcast
Language:
English
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