Still burning CD’s at the end of each patient visit? That is so 1999. If you find that your imaging center has to lengthen each patient’s visit due to burning their images onto physical media and/or mailing those images out to Referring Physicians , fret not - the solution you have been waiting for is here. In fact, this is old news, because this technology has been here for some time now. So, if you are trying to get off the expensive bandwagon of burning CDs and DVDs for every patient you see, continue reading to learn how you can remedy that.
While the Cloud is an economic solution to medical imaging management, it is not the best solution for everyone. Truth be told, if you have low bandwidth, you might find yourself disappointed in the results. In optimal solutions, the Cloud works within moments to your beck and call. However, if you have spotty connection and still want the benefits of what the Cloud promises, get a Hybrid solution. You’ll still save money, but you will save even more time by doing so.
People like to stay in their comfort zones. And if those zones are efficient solutions, then sure - why change anything? That’s why when we hear from clients that say that they love their desktop viewer and don’t want to discontinue using Horos, OsiriX, or whatever - we get it. But a desktop viewer alone won’t solve all your problems. Here is how a hybrid solution might be what you have been waiting for…
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.