sponsored by BridgeHead and INHS
Premiered:  18 Feb 2013
Language:  English

Health care providers must be sure that their medical images are not only readily available, but also protected. And while vendors of Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) technologies want you to believe that VNA will guard against image loss, this isn’t entirely true.

Image availability is crucial to ensuring quality patient care. And organizations adopting VNA repositories must be careful that their approach efficiently accounts for image availability. This resource demonstrates how and why medical images are exposed to risk, as well as how health care providers can protect against them.

EHR (Electronic Health Records) | Health Care Security | Health Care Software | Health Care Storage | Image File Formats | Image Processing Systems | Medical Practice Management | Medical Records Management | Medical Software | Records Management | Records Management Software | Records Retention | Storage Management

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