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The New 'Open Imaging' Lung Cancer Research Site Goes Live

Give A Scan is the world's first people-powered, publicly available archive of images and clinical data on lung cancer patients and those at risk for the disease. All of the images and data have been donated by people who have been diagnosed and undergone treatment or screened in order to encourage more researchers to focus on lung cancer and to accelerate progress in the early detection, diagnosis and treatment of this leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide. The new site is powered by Midas, Kitware’s open-source data management system. Read More »

VA Plans App To View VistA Imaging On Mobile Devices

Mary Mosquera | Government Health IT | November 13, 2012

The Veterans Affairs Department plans to develop an application so its healthcare providers can access medical images stored in its VistA electronic health record system via mobile devices. Read More »

VA Wants Application To View VistA Images On Mobile Devices

Mike Bassett | FierceMedicalImaging | November 18, 2012

The Department of Veterans Affairs wants to develop an application that will allow clinical images stored on its Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture electronic health record to be viewed on mobile devices. Read More »

Vendor Neutral Archives Offer Shelter From Oncoming Image Management Storm

Evan Godt | HealthImaging | August 15, 2012

A deluge of imaging data is coming, and for providers that will mean a new approach to health IT and data storage. At the center of this approach is a model where providers take back control of storage through the implementation of a vendor neutral archive (VNA), according to a presentation Aug. 13 at the 40th annual meeting of AHRA: the Association for Medical Imaging Management. Read More »