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Dell Buys InSite One for Medical Image Sharing Storage

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 12-22-2010 Print
In a move to to boost its Unified Clinical Archive that allows doctors to share medical images in the cloud, Dellsays it will acquire medical archiving company InSite One.

Dell has announced it will buy InSite One, the developer of a medical archiving cloud application to make it easier for physicians to share medical images and make quick diagnoses by collaborating on images online.

Terms of the Dec. 22 agreement were not disclosed.

The deal will combine InSite's InDex Vendor-Neutral Enterprise Archive (VNA) cloud-based product with Dell's Unified Clinical Archive and DX Object Storage Platform.

InDex VNA simplifies storage of medical images through virtualization. The platform supports IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise) standards of DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine), HL7, XDS (cross-enterprise document sharing) and XDS-i (cross-enterprise document sharing for imaging), according to InSite.

EHR (electronic health record) and HIE (health information exchange) applications can retrieve images from InDex with zero resource footprint, InSite reports.

Meanwhile, Dell's Unified Clinical Archive uses the DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) format to allow doctors to access and store images such as CT scans, EKGs, mammograms, MRIs and surgical scope procedures.


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