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6 Cloud Considerations for Health Orgs

Karen Conway | Government Health IT | July 27, 2012

The cloud offers considerable benefits to healthcare, which is undergoing dramatic and essential transformation without the necessary financial or technological means to support the level and speed-of-change required... Read More »

ClearCanvas - making 'open' medical imaging solutions more accessible

ClearCanvas is an innovative medical imaging software company based in Toronto, Canada, dedicated to making its products, software, and technology more accessible to all by offering both free and open source solutions (FOSS), as well as affordable commercial versions of its clinical solutions. Read More »

Force 3 Expands Medical Imaging Offering with Acquisition of Open Source secureRAD

Press Release | Force 3 | June 4, 2012

“The acquisition of secureRAD allows Force 3 to offer technology that addresses the significant market for medical imaging, building on our growing customer base in healthcare,” said Chris Knotts, Force 3 Vice President of Technology and Innovation. “secureRAD owns customer relationships in the commercial and government space and the company’s focus on open source software running on low-cost, off-the-shelf hardware has tremendous market potential.” Read More »

Open-source PACS Software Offers Viable Alternative

Staff Writer | OnRad Inc. | August 26, 2011

If in-house IT support is available, open-source PACS software and virtual computing technology may offer a reasonable option for digital image management for some institutions, according to researchers from the University of Patras in Rion, Greece. Read More »

OsiriX on iPad works well for emergency MRI and CT reads, study finds

Brandon Glenn | MedCity News | June 4, 2012

iPads are just as effective as traditional workstations for radiologists reading MRI and CT scans in emergency situations, according to new research published in the Journal of Digital Imaging...The radiologists in the study used [Open Source] software from OsiriX to read the images.

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SecureRAD Launches Free Medical Imaging Exchange secureSHARE

Press Release | secureRAD | January 25, 2012

secureRAD, a global healthcare information systems provider, on Monday announced the launch of its new cloud-based service for the easy sharing of medical images. Developed for healthcare facilities, physicians and patients to exchange medical images with the speed and simplicity of email, secureSHARE is secureRAD’s latest offering aimed at expediting the patient-care process.

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StatRad to Participate in 2016 Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) Annual Meeting

Press Release | StatRad | June 16, 2016

StatRad®, a leading provider of teleradiology services and makers of the rapidly expanding RadConnect® medical image exchange application, will be welcoming clients at the 2016 SIIM meeting in Portland June 29 through July 1, 2016, in booth No. 605. StatRad’s cloud-based medical image exchange continues to gain rapid adoption as shown by the expansion of RadConnect’s national client base by 55 new hospitals and other healthcare facilities in the past 180 days...

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The Way To Doctors' Hearts Is Through Their EMR

Nahum Kovalski | The Times of Israel | September 23, 2014

...EPIC is perhaps the most popular of the present EMRs in the States. There have also been many complaints about EPICs design...

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Transparency Antidote to Dark Money This Election

Editorial | | March 17, 2012

This Sunshine Week, as the nation commemorates the importance of open government and freedom of information, the Sunlight Foundation is leading a campaign to engage voters to call on their lawmakers and the Obama administration to address the disastrous effects of the game-changing rulings by the Supreme Court in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission and a federal district court in v. FEC. Read More »

With Elections Awash in Cash, There’s Plenty of Blame to Go Around

John Harwood | New York Times | June 22, 2012

David Axelrod, President Obama’s political strategist, recently invoked a common perception about the 2012 campaign by blaming the Supreme Court for empowering 21st-century “robber barons trying to take over the government.” Read More »