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InDex, a Web-enabled digital image storage and archive service from InSiteOne, is making its presence known in the medical telecommunications industry. It was chosen by the National Cancer Institute

InDex, a Web-enabled digital image storage and archive service from InSiteOne, is making its presence known in the medical telecommunications industry. It was chosen by the National Cancer Institute to service a clinical trial involving 10 U.S. pediatric hospitals. As part of a marketing agreement with CMS Imaging, InDex will be incorporated into CMS’s Avreo ASP. InDex’s open architecture is designed to work with any PACS, as well as hospital networks and information systems. In conjunction with any standard Web browser and a wide or local area network or dial-up connection, InDex products support real-time streaming of medical images from the archive.

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