When building your medical archive systems, achieving the optimal balance of accessibility, scalability and cost control is challenging. IT administrators must cope with isolated data sets and applications, regulatory imperatives for retaining data for decades, and rampant data growth.
To address these challenges, Dell™ has developed Medical Archiving Solutions that enable “smart” total lifecycle strategies. These solutions can help automate data intake, cleansing and conversion, classification, storage, distribution and utilization. This allows storage managers to streamline and automate data management at the object level, from creation through deletion.
Centralized archives can consolidate all images on a common platform, allowing hospitals to control access by medical professionals, whether involving a single, holistic patient record or multiple views of clinical data. A single, centralized medical archive can help healthcare IT organizations minimize PACS TCO by saving millions in data migration fees, as well as by reducing real estate, hardware, power and cooling costs.
- Archive solutions built for the efficient retrieval demanded by sophisticated patient needs
- Improved immutability and record authenticity to comply fully with today’s regulatory environment, and to adjust seamlessly to future regulatory changes
- Increased flexibility to make medical-imaging vendor decisions without worrying about the impact to archived data
- Accelerated implementation through platforms pre-integrated with vendor-neutral archive (VNA) solutions for DICOM and non-DICOM, such as medical images and/or patient records