(PRWEB) January 29, 2013
DeepWell Archival Services, Inc., a cloud based storage services company focused on the long term PACS neutral archival of medical image data, announced today that it has consummated an integration partnership agreement with image management technology solution provider,DR Systems. Under the terms of the agreement DR Systems will offer the Companys vendor neutral archive (VNA) technology as an integrated component of its robust Unity RIS/PACS architecture.
We are extremely pleased with the opportunity to partner with a recognized industry leader in the enterprise PACS, CVIS, RIS, and advanced image processing space, said Brian Sobnosky, CEO of DeepWell. Sobnosky added, The relationship with DR Systems gives DeepWell a strategic partnership with an industry leading PACS technology manufacturer and software developer, for our cloud based VNA solutions. We are looking forward to supporting the DR Systems team in its efforts to continue to bring innovative technology and workflow solutions to its clients, utilizing our integrated VNA solution.
We are looking forward to offering imaging organizations of all sizes the ability to leverage our RIS/PACS and advanced image processing platform, while at the same time providing them with secure, accessible, standards based archival of their diagnostic study data using DeepWells unique VNA technology, said Kent Curtis, Chief Operating Officer at DR Systems. We are very excited about the opportunity to partner with DeepWell. The combined, integrated solution provides cradle to grave, automated information lifecycle management for our customers medical image and report data, with minimal capital expense and no complex storage infrastructure to maintain and manage.
PACS neutral archive is more than a catch phrase. It means robust, automated end to end storage management of all of our clients medical image data throughout the informations lifecycle. This includes disaster management, business continuity, and automated data migration capabilities for the length of the information lifecycle, normally a minimum of seven years. Medical image data should be managed as a clinical asset, not treated as a corporate and financial liability. Integrated PACS neutral archive instantiates a compelling information management solution, from a clinical, financial and technological perspective, said Curtis. The PACS neutral archive solution is supported across our entire Unity PACS platform and will be available to customers on a pay-per-use, fixed cost basis.
About DeepWell Archival Services
DeepWell Archival Services is a privately held technology development and integration company, and North American licensee for German based Telepaxx Medical Archiving GmbH. Specializing in vendor neutral archive (aka PACS neutral archive) solutions, and utilizing software and technology responsible for the safe, secure archival of over 1.6 billion medical images worldwide, the Company provides cloud based storage as a service product offerings for medical imaging professionals and organizations of all sizes. For press inquiries, please contact Brian F. Sobnosky at (303) 949-6038, or brian(at)deepwellarchive(dot)com. Additional information on DeepWell Archival Services is available at: http://www.deepwellarchive.com.
About DR Systems
DR Systems is the leading independent provider of enterprise imaging and information management systems for integrated healthcare networks, hospitals, and diagnostic imaging centers. For over two decades, the company has helped more than 600 hospitals and imaging centers lower their cost of operation by improving management of patient information, eliminating ancillary IT systems and interfaces, and increasing workflow speed, while also providing better clinical quality and patient care. DR Systems was recently named the 2012 Best in KLAS Awards: Software and Services report for the third year in a row. The company received the #1 PACS vendor ranking in 2001, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, and now 2012. For more information, call 800-794-5955 or visit http://www.drsys.com.