The Cloud has a great deal to offer veterinarians and their businesses. Only when pigs fly will all PACS, image viewers, and veterinary image management solutions be created equal. The proper integration with a Cloud solution can make or break your practice. While everyone has individual needs for the best solution for their situation, there is always room for improvement. Here are five reasons why you need to take your veterinary business to Cloud.
If you work at a hospital you most probably have interaction with a PACS. But are you really getting the most efficiency out of your existing solution? What if a patient visits a satellite location? Is it cumbersome to get your hands on their images and records in the moment you need them? Is it easy to collaborate with your colleagues on those tough cases, or do you have to hunt them down, and make sure you both are in the same room at the same time? If any of these scenarios ring a bell, keep reading. We have a simple solution for you.
If your practice either views or reads images, you are probably acquainted with a PACS. However, are you getting the most out of your solution? Chances are that if you are still using a local PACS, you are not. Upgrading to a Cloud PACS solution can significantly help make your workflow more efficient and effective. Why not save some time and maybe even improve medical outcomes while you’re at it? Here’s a sneak peak at some of the advanced features a Cloud PACS can provide you.
With the flu season afoot and illness being swept around, January is looking to be a busy month for Otolaryngologists around the country. However, don’t be caught without the proper infrastructure to support your influx of patients. Not having a Cloud based solution can be putting you at risk for losing your records and being as efficient and effective as possible. Breeze through more patients this season with support from the Cloud.
While advancements in technology have made life saving accomplishments, it is safe to say that technology is not perfect. In fact, relying on it blindly in emergency situations would be foolhardy. In fact, every surgeon knows that going in blind should never be a first or even second thought. While it may seem like there aren’t many options other than canceling the surgery, you will be pleased to hear that there are many reliable alternatives to performing such a dangerous feat.