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iConnect® Enterprise Archive

A vendor-neutral archive to create an enterprise imaging strategy

iConnect Enterprise Archive
Archive all of your enterprise-wide images, DICOM and non-DICOM from disparate PACS, specialties and sites for a complete image management solution, allowing physicians to access current and historical images at the point of care. With iConnect Enterprise Archive, you can extend your IHE strategy to include XDS support, access a consolidated view of a patient’s health record to reduce the amount of unnecessary tests, and ensure system uptime when local PACS archives aren’t available.
iConnect Enterprise Archive was named Best in KLAS VNA/Image Archive for 2015/2016.

With iConnect Enterprise Archive, you can…

Consolidate Images
Consolidate Images
Supports consolidation and sharing of diagnostic images (DICOM) and XDS (non-DICOM) information across the enterprise. Do It Yourself Morphers manage data from many disparate silos.
Surpass Standard Back-Up and Recovery System Availability
Surpass Standard Back-Up and Recovery System Availability
Provides Replicated Content Management (RCM) to surpass standard back-up and recovery system availability with automatic copies of images and data, even after a PACS failure or natural disaster.
Reduce Storage Costs and Manage Your Data
Reduce Storage Costs and Manage Your Data
Includes policy-based deletion capability to eliminate expensive data migrations and utilize information lifecycle management. The DICOM Migration System module allows you to cleanse, migrate and manage your data.
Create an Enterprise Imaging Strategy
Create an Enterprise Imaging Strategy
Archives DICOM and non-DICOM clinical content from multiple sites across specialties, simplifies integration with EHRs, portals, and HIEs, and distributes images to referring physicians from an integrated archive.

 

What Our Clients Say...

Listen as Dr. Alex Towbin, Neil D. Johnson Chair of Radiology Informatics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, discusses archiving images across an enterprise.

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