3 Reasons Medical Examiners Should Use the Cloud for Image Storage and Access

Reason #1: Their Images Are Huge

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Topics: Cloud Storage, Sharing, access, mobility of medical imaging, medical imaging storage

Sharing Medical Images in the Courtroom Help Attorneys Win Trials

Ever since the case of Smith v. Grant, sharing medical images in the courtroom has been an accepted tool in the arsenal of litigation attorneys. But understanding exactly how to use medical images, ensuring that you have them when you need them, and optimizing their presentation, can be the difference between winning and losing at trial.

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Topics: Cloud Storage, Legal, Sharing, access, mobility of medical imaging, medical imaging storage

Is There a Better Way to Manage Medical Images for Clinical Trials?

Medical imaging is playing an increasingly important role in the clinical development of new treatments. However, capturing, sharing, and using medical images in these trials can yield a confusing array of choices. What is needed is a simple and inexpensive way to consolidate images and make these available across institutions to enable a consistent and complete view of the imaging results.

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Topics: Cloud Storage, medical imaging storage

How to Access Australia Cloud Storage for Medical Imaging Without Breaking Privacy Laws

Healthcare professionals around the world are realizing that Cloud access is making it easier for them to share and access medical images while away from their office or while they are mobile, giving them more flexibility. Sharing medical images for second opinion, with other experts and even patients is an increasingly important aspect of patient care.  Utilizing the cloud to enable sharing allows us to control access to these images without exposing them or violating the privacy of a patient. 

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Topics: Local Storage, Cloud Storage, Legal, Australia, medical imaging storage, cloud backup

Australian Privacy Law Inhibits Cloud Access to Medical Images

While most of the rest of the world is enjoying the benefits of sharing, mobile access, and consolidation of multi-location medical images, Australian health care providers have been left in the outback.  The Australian Privacy Law at both the federal and state level, punctuated by the Federal Privacy Act 1988 last amended in 2012 and its Australian Privacy Principles, basically prohibit moving any type of medical record whether electronic or not, outside of the confines of the continent.  This means that any medical image vendor would have to locate data storage exclusively within the country, with no risk of transport beyond its borders.  This makes the investment required to create “cloud” based medical image storage  much more expensive since it must be tailored specifically to these Australian guidelines.  Most vendors have balked at these requirements.

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Topics: Cloud Storage, Local Storage, Legal, Australia, Compliance, medical image home access

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