Develop a New PACS Integration Strategy to Merge Data

Develop a New PACS Integration Strategy to Merge Data


Many health care organizations employ the use of picture archiving and communications systems (PACS) to store and transmit medical images. However, this data is often stored in disparate locations, making exceedingly difficult for health IT pros to keep track of this information.

Adding complexity to this already complicated scheme is the fact that PACS images are rarely stored among their EHR counterparts – meaning patient records are rarely “whole.”

Read this e-guide from for key insight into ways health care facilities can integrate their various systems so that all patient data – whether images or EHR – resides in the same location.

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25 Feb 2013
25 Feb 2013
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