Dec 22

Get on the Nice List this Holiday Season

The holiday season is here, and there’s just a week left to get your name on the nice list. Fortunately, DICOM Grid is making it easy to get on ours; our worklist that is.

We’re spreading holiday cheer by bringing new features to our cloud-based platform. Our convenient study list consolidates exams and reports for easy access, viewing, and sharing. Now, doesn't that sound nice?

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Dec 15

Spotlight on Telesonography, Telemedicine’s New Darling

This year, we’ve seen huge advances in telemedicine, including portable ultrasounds, personal health records, and digital imaging which make it easier and more affordable for patients in rural communities to receive immediate care. And what’s telemedicine’s new darling? The spotlight is on telesonography, which involves the acquisition of digital ultrasound images and related clinical data, their electronic transmission to a remote point, their interpretation by a specialist and the transmission of the interpretation. For those who live in remote areas, the concept of telesonography offers new avenues for accessing health services. Already, major health systems are catching on and rolling out programs specifically designed for remote diagnosis.

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Dec 04

DICOM Grid Selected as a 2014 Red Herring Global Top 100 Winner

Big news out of DICOM Grid: after being selected as a 2014 Red Herring North America finalist, we’ve been named a winner in the 2014 Red Herring Global Top 100!

Every year, Red Herring recognizes leading private companies from North America, Europe, and Asia. They look for promising new companies and innovations across industries; they were among the first to recognize big names like Salesforce, Facebook, Google, Skype, and YouTube. Now, DICOM Grid is among them.

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Dec 02

Top 3 Imaging Buzzwords to Look Out For at RSNA 2014

The holiday season in upon us, and for many of us in the radiology and medical fields, that means heading to the Windy City of Chicago.

We’re smack dab in the middle of RSNA 2014 and we’ve seen quite a bit of exhibits and presentations. Of everything there is to see at RSNA this year, a few imaging buzzwords seem to stand out the most: real-time exchange, image-enabled EMR, and mobile friendly.

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Dec 01

Radiology: A Shift in the Field & New Expectations for Radiologists

The importance of clear communication to patients in healthcare is undoubtedly an extremely important part of any clinician’s job. Clear communication to the patient has been proven to show greater outcomes and overall greater patient satisfactionWith the focus on interoperability in healthcare now, much greater emphasis is being placed on clearer and more efficient communication between organizations and systems, which can ultimately lead to clearer and more transparent communication to the patient. It is with this in mind that communication, and communicating with patients, is becoming more essential to radiologists.

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Nov 26

Mobility and Medical Imaging: Coming to a Small Screen Near You

DICOM Grid Unveils iPhone-Optimized Viewer

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Nov 24

Microchip Technology could Revolutionize the Ultrasound

New ultrasound technology is currently being developed by Butterfly Network that could revolutionize ultrasound imaging in healthcare. The technology uses a new kind of ultrasound chip and the device could be the size of your smartphone showing a real-time moving, 3-D image. Not only would the device be simple to transport and use due to its size, but after it has been developed, it will also be incredibly cheap. According to Jonathon Rothberg, developer and entrepreneur, the device could be nearly “as cheap as a stethoscope” and will “make doctors 100 times as effective.” 

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Nov 17

Telemedicine Heats Up: Current Developments and Future Possibilities

There's a big push for healthcare that supports active involvement from patients and their families in the design of new care models and in decision-making about individual options for treatment. This concept, known as patient-centric care, is guiding recent developments within the industry. As a result, one area of medicine is really heating up. Telemedicine is on the rise, and is hopefully on its way to being integrated into every day healthcare.

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Nov 13

Securing Medical Imaging in the Cloud [New Whitepaper]

Ask any clinician or patient who relies on access to diagnostic imaging, and they will tell you that it is a key component of the health record. Regardless of your organization’s size or specialty, reliable, quick, and universal access to clinically rich imaging data is essential across the entire care continuum. Therein lies the rub. The traditional way of managing information in departmentalized PACS is falling short. The closed loop design of these systems combined with data exchange on CDs and VPNs leaves much to be desired.

When properly deployed, new technology for storing and sharing data helps to overcome the challenges associated with traditional PACS architecture and point-to-point distribution methods. Cloud-based solutions for medical image management are specifically designed to make the process of storing and sharing data easier, more productive, and more accessible for administrators and physicians alike. While improving clinical and operational efficiencies is of upmost importance, in the medical world, security is where the rubber meets the road.

As new technology pushes aside traditional methods of sharing and storing data, one question remains: how is everything secured?

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Nov 13

Healthcare Cloud Services: 5 Uses You Didn’t Know About

This is a repost of an article written by our CEO, Morris Panner, and published by HealthIT Security, your source for Healthcare News and Advice on HIPAA Compliance, BYOD, Data Security, Patient Privacy and Data Breaches for Hospitals and Providers.

Healthcare cloud services are opening up endless, new windows of opportunity for providers and patients alike. It’s no secret that today’s healthcare industry has become more digital, more collaborative, more patient-centered and more data-driven than ever before.

While the sector’s technology infrastructure and systems have traditionally been highly fragmented across the industry, healthcare professionals around the globe are quickly learning from other industries, including financial services, how to harness the cost and agility benefits of the cloud.

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