Imaging Analytics

How All-Flash Arrays Can Benefit Health IT Infrastructure

June 15, 2017 - As healthcare organizations continue to prepare for health IT infrastructure digitization, all-flash arrays (AFAs) are becoming more relevant as a primary storage platform because they can host a variety of mixed workloads. A recent IDC report stated that the AFA market has evolved significantly over the past several years as organizations seek storage solutions that can accommodate mixed...

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Future-Proof IT Infrastructure Needs Vendor Neutral Archives

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Vendor neutral archives (VNAs) allow healthcare organizations to consolidate and digitally transform their IT infrastructures to integrate imaging systems that were originally built and implemented for separate purposes. Healthcare organizations...

Intraoperative Imaging Becomes Vital HIT Infrastructure Tool

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

The intraoperative imaging market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5 percent through 2021 as healthcare organizations seek to add the solutions to their health IT infrastructure, according to a recent Markets and Markets report. The report stated...

Advanced Visualization Critical to Health IT Data Analytics

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Advanced visualization tools are expected to become a larger part of health IT infrastructure over the next several years as organizations seek better ways to view data collected by big data analytics solutions. A recent Markets and Markets report...

Artificial Intelligence Key in IBM Watson Health Partnerships

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

IBM Watson Health announced two new partnerships today with MedyMatch Technology and IDx to use its artificial intelligence technology to improve patient care. MedyMatch and IBM Watson Health are collaborating to bring MedyMatch’s artificial...

Philips Innovates HIT Infrastructure with Phoenix Children’s

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Philips and Phoenix Children’s Hospital announced a 15-year agreement to co-create advanced imaging, patient monitoring, and clinical informatics in pediatric care. The long-term strategic partnership will allow Philips and Phoenix Children’s...

How IBM Universal Quantum Computing Impacts HIT Infrastructure

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

IBM announced its initiative to build commercially available universal quantum computing systems for business and science. The proposed system, IBM Q, will be delivered via the IBM Cloud platform and is the company’s next endeavor following...

Recent Imaging Platform Collaboration Highlights EHR Solutions

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

National Decision Support Company (NDSC) announced its collaboration with MEDITECH to integrate its CareSelect Imaging platform with MEDITECH’s electronic health record (EHR) solutions. The federal mandate going into effect on January 1,...

Health IT Infrastructure Embraces Flash-Based Array

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare organizations collecting data from mobile and connected medical devices are searching for storage solitons to handle the influx of data and scale up to meet future health IT infrastructure demands. The consumption of flash-based arrays...

Health Catalyst Launches Open-Source Machine Learning

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Health Catalyst has announced the launch of their open source analytics solution to encourage healthcare organizations currently implementing successful artificial intelligence (AI) solutions for predictive analytics to make their solutions widely...

Allegheny Health Network Selects New Medical Imaging Solution

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Allegheny Health Network (AHN) has selected M*Modal Fluency for Imaging as their multi-facility radiology reporting and workflow management solution, the company announced midweek. AHN, part of Highmark Health, sought better quality reports and...

Boston Children’s, GE Develop on Smart Imaging Technology

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Boston Children’s Hospital and GE Healthcare announced a collaboration to develop improved brain scan technology for better and more accurate diagnosis and to provide real-time contextual information for radiologists. Using GE Health Cloud...


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