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should I move my legacy dicom data to the cloud?

Should I Move Legacy DICOM Data To The Cloud?

Now that you are looking to move your practice to a cloud PACS, it is time to consider what you want to do with your legacy data. The medical records that you currently have in your practice need to be retained in accordance with your local jurisdiction's laws. Some doctors choose to just keep the legacy data on their workstations or where it was originally stored. Others consider options like migrating that data onto the cloud. While the choice to migrate data over to the cloud is personal, we have worked with a lot of clients who consider what to do with their legacy data and recommend considering the following before making your decision.

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common problems when moving to cloud PACS

Common Problems When Changing from a Local to a Cloud PACS

Do you currently have a local PACS and looking to change over to a cloud PACS solution? As you start looking into different vendors and the solutions they offer, it is helpful to consider the types of issues you may encounter when transitioning over to a cloud-based PACS. Below is a list of the three most common problems organizations have encountered when transitioning from an onsite to cloud PACS. Though it is not meant to be an exhaustive list, it will help you begin to prepare for this shift.  

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can i customize my cloud PACS software

Is Purview Image Customizable?

Can you customize cloud PACS software? Purview is designed to work out of the box, with minimal implementation and set-up required. However, the Purview Team understands that some workflows will require customizable features to truly streamline their practice. Below we elaborate on 3 examples of customizations readily available within the Purview Image platform. 

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is my cloud pacs secure

Can I Lose Medical Images in a Cloud PACS?

Is it possible for cloud PACS software to crash and lose all medical data? Before answering this question, it’s important to understand that no one can guarantee absolute security. An impenetrable system does not exist. However, you should consider the security measures in place from any PACS vendor that you are considering using to protect yourself and your patient's protected health information (PHI).

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