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Poll: Do You Use a Vendor Neutral Archive?


Most hospitals are turning to VNAs to manage the growing amount of medical imaging data, according to a recent survey. Are you?

A majority of hospitals is looking to third-party, vendor-neutral archives (VNAs) to manage the growing amount of health care data - most of which is medical imaging studies, according to a recent survey from BridgeHead Software.

More than 51 percent of respondents to the recent international survey said they will likely invest in a PACS application that has a VNA, and nearly 36 percent said they already had a VNA or planned to deploy one.

As your organization grapples with the growing burden of medical imaging data storage, will you turn to a VNA?


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