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By 04:47 pm April 03, 2019
A recent HIMSS Media survey of U.S. hospitals highlighted the challenges providers encounter when working towards interoperability. Depending on whom you speak to within a hospital system, responses varied when asked, “How close are providers to achieving interoperability?” 
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By 12:00 pm February 06, 2019
Join GE Healthcare to learn how a Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) can create the foundation for actionable imaging data across the enterprise, and how VNAs help clinical teams in support of their precision health and AI strategies.
By Dell EMC 11:21 am June 06, 2018
As this solutions brief shows, a data lake allows healthcare organizations to overcome many of the obstacles they face by providing a centralized, scalable storage repository that can be leveraged by multiple clinical and non-clinical applications.
By Zebra 01:00 pm February 06, 2018
Hospitals around the globe are investing in mobile computers and it’s redefining the way healthcare is delivered.
By Commvault 05:27 pm February 10, 2017
After a merger, it is essential for healthcare systems to quickly consolidate data. By using a unified data management strategy for all data, including images, hospitals can quickly realize the value of their investment in the care of patients.
By Agfa Healthcare 12:29 pm January 24, 2017
To deliver value-based care, providers need to have all patient information - including images - in one accessible, secure platform. An enterprise imaging platform enables a complete view of the patient.
By Hyland 01:13 pm September 16, 2016
In order to enable clinicians real-time access to relevant clinical information, healthcare organizations can deploy a new strategy that focuses on managing and providing access to unstructured data housed in a secure repository.
By Hyland 01:06 pm September 16, 2016
In order to increase provider adoption of electronic medical record systems, HIMSS Analytics is proposing new requirements for its Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (EMRAM).
By Hyland 01:01 pm September 16, 2016
A survey reveals a preference for a patient-centric, unified health record that presents all relevant data at the point of care. Vendor neutral archives and enterprise content management are being leveraged to provide that unified patient view.
By Healthcare IT News 12:27 pm December 15, 2015
An inefficient workflow makes it difficult for radiologists to do their job. With disparate systems and data, it's difficult to manage business objectives and care. Organizations strive to put the right case, with the right doctor at the right time.

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