Our vendor-neutral archive provides a standards-based repository for storing, managing, and sharing medical images and related patient data. Unlike traditional picture archiving and communication systems (PACS), a VNA is designed to be vendor-neutral, enabling seamless integration with other healthcare systems and applications. A VNA typically supports a wide range of image formats and DICOM standards, ensuring compatibility with various imaging modalities and manufacturers. It enables healthcare providers to easily access and share medical images across different departments, facilities, and systems, promoting interoperability, improving patient care, and reducing costs.
Our VNA offers a consolidated, secure, and scalable platform for storing medical pictures from a variety of modalities such as X-ray, CT, MRI, and ultrasound. Our platform is based on cutting-edge cloud technology, allowing us to provide nearly infinite storage capacity, guaranteeing that healthcare providers never run out of storage space.
Our VNA is meant to simplify the process of retrieving medical images, allowing healthcare providers to access patient files quickly and easily when they are needed. Users can utilize our advanced search engine to identify images by patient name, research type, date, or any other relevant criteria, making it simple to find the appropriate images quickly.
Our VNA enables healthcare providers to effortlessly communicate medical pictures with other providers, patients, or referring physicians. Our technology enables a variety of sharing methods, such as DICOM, HL7, and web-based sharing, allowing healthcare providers to exchange images with anyone, anywhere, and on any device.
Medicai's Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) is highly scalable, thanks to our advanced cloud technology powered by Microsot Azure services (AWS). Our VNA is built on a cloud infrastructure that provides virtually unlimited storage capacity, allowing healthcare providers to store as many medical images as they need. This scalability also ensures that our VNA can grow with your organization's needs, so you never have to worry about running out of storage space. Additionally, our cloud-based VNA offers high availability and fault tolerance, ensuring that your data is always accessible and secure. Medicai's VNA can scale to meet your needs, whether you're a small clinic or a major healthcare company.
Medicai Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) is a central repository for medical images and associated patient data. It enables healthcare providers to manage, store, and share medical images across different systems and facilities, improving patient care, promoting interoperability, and reducing costs.
Here's how our VNA works:
Medical images are acquired from various modalities, such as CT, MRI, ultrasound, and X-ray.
The images are converted into a standardized format known as DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine), which is used for the storage and transfer of medical images.
The images are stored in the VNA, which provides secure and scalable storage capabilities, ensuring that the images are easily accessible and available when needed.
The images are indexed with patient data, such as name, ID, date of birth, and examination type, enabling easy retrieval and management.
The images can be viewed and accessed from different systems and locations, using web-based or desktop-based viewers, ensuring that medical professionals have access to the images they need, when they need them.
The images can be easily shared with other healthcare providers, patients, or caregivers, enabling collaborative care and improving patient outcomes.
Overall, our VNA provides a robust and scalable solution for managing medical images and related patient data, promoting interoperability, improving patient care, and reducing costs.
Medicai's Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) is the ultimate solution for medical image management. Our VNA is designed to help healthcare providers store, retrieve, and share medical images securely and efficiently, enabling them to provide the best possible care to their patients.