November 28, 2011
Nearly one year after Dell's acquisition of InSite One, the company is seeing greater reliance on cloud-based solutions for image management
CHICAGO, Nov. 28 — With the acquisition of InSite One in December 2010, new strategic alliances and plans for global deployment, Dell is enabling more healthcare providers to efficiently store, manage and share medical imaging data through one of the largest cloud-based medical archive platforms.
Dell currently manages more than 65 million clinical studies, more than 4.5 billion diagnostic imaging objects and supports more than 800 clinical sites in the cloud – a nearly 25 percent increase in managed objects compared with a year ago.
The addition of InSite One's secure, cloud-based, image management software and storage services – now known as the Dell Cloud Clinical Archive – to Dell's Unified Clinical Archive provides a single-source end-to-end solution designed to simplify data retention, facilitate disaster recovery and allow medical professionals to access and share images across a variety of applications and platforms.
New Alliances and Global Deployment
As hospitals and other healthcare providers face the challenges of data deluge, they need secure solutions that support efficiency and mobility. Dell has teamed with imaging leaders such as Merge Healthcare, Calgary Scientific and Novarad to further enhance its UCA solution and bring even more users into the medical imaging archiving cloud.
Earlier this year, Dell announced a $1 billion investment in cloud and solutions infrastructure including the deployment of several new datacenters worldwide. In early 2012, Dell will offer cloud-based managed enterprise archival services as part of its UCA solution in the United Kingdom, supported by the new datacenter located in Slough. Cloud-based medical archiving will be available to healthcare providers in other regions later in the year.
Variety of Storage Options Available
For providers who want on-premise management, Dell's On-Premise Clinical Archive features the DX6000 platform. It can be paired with the Dell Cloud Clinical Archive for off-site disaster recovery redundancy and instant capacity expansion. Full consulting, deployment and support services are available for either configuration.
Dell is continuing to leverage its portfolio of enterprise storage solutions to target key information retention challenges in healthcare. From cloud medical archiving and disaster recovery, to primary and onsite storage, Dell Compellent, EqualLogic and DX Object Storage Platform solutions enable healthcare organizations to securely, efficiently and cost-effectively store, manage and access critical data.
Future of the Cloud
Dell is committed to helping healthcare organizations leverage cloud-based solutions to improve efficiency and patient care and provide a platform for collaboration. Through a new initiative announced earlier this month, Dell is donating the secure cloud-based IT infrastructure to support the world's first personalized medicine clinical trial for pediatric cancer conducted by the Neuroblastoma and Medulloblastoma Translational Research Consortium (NMTRC) and supported by The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen).
Dell at RSNA 2011
Dell experts will be showcasing Dell's UCA solution at RSNA 2011, the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, Nov. 27-Dec. 1 in Chicago at booth #8713.
To learn more about Dell's end-to-end solutions for medical image archiving, visit www.dell.com/UnifiedClinicalArchive.
"Managing the explosive growth of digital images and electronic records is one of the biggest challenges in healthcare today, and providers are clearly taking advantage of the flexibility available through cloud-based archiving," said James Coffin, Ph.D., vice president and general manager of Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences. "With the full integration of InSite One into Dell's portfolio, we can offer a single-source, end-to-end solution for medical imaging storage needs – whether it's in the cloud, on-premise or a combination of the two."
"Having critical information available when and where it is needed is key, and cloud-enabled solutions provide a platform for caregivers not only to access information at the point of care but also to support ongoing analytics and collaboration," said Andrew W. Litt, M.D., chief medical officer, Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences Services.
Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) listens to customers and delivers innovative technology and services that give them the power to do more. As the leading provider of healthcare IT services in the world, Dell helps healthcare organizations harness the power of information to simplify administration; coordinate and manage patient care; transition from episodic care to prevention and wellness management and ultimately to deliver personalized medicine. For more information, visit www.dell.com/healthcare.
Source: Dell Inc.
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