Vendor Neutral Archives: A Comparison


Vendor Neutral Archives : an industry comparison Enterprise-wide collaboration. Interoperability. Mobile accessibility.

Healthcare leaders typically want their enterprise medical imaging software to deliver results like these. If their organization is using a traditional PACS, however, they’ll be challenged to meet these goals..

A vendor neutral archive, on the other hand, is a solution designed to helps reduce the complexity of integrations and interfaces across the enterprise. A vendor neutral archive that is truly neutral is different from a traditional PACS in a number of crucial ways.

A vendor neutral archive takes enterprise-level image information and allows it to be shared among disparate systems, regardless of vendor. It facilitates efficient workflow, reduces image duplications and allows healthcare leaders to engage the entire care team where and when needed.

However all vendor neutral archives are not the same. When looking for a VNA, look for one with these features:

Vendor Neutral Archive Features

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See how Conserus™ measures up against other vendors in this free comparison chart at Imaging Technology News.

Know the Difference

As healthcare leaders determine whether to upgrade to a VNA, there are a number of key differences to know when comparing solutions. A VNA allows clinicians to share data regardless of vendor across the enterprise, is scalable as more images are stored in the system, allows health systems to use the best-of-breed solutions and facilitates the integration of images with patient health records.

Obtain helpful information about the Conserus suite of vendor neutral solutions by contacting the McKesson Imaging & Workflow Solutions team.

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