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Perceptive Software Achieves DIACAP Certification for Vendor Neutral Archive Solution to Support U.S. Department of Defense Integrated Clinical Systems Program
Date:7/24/2014

maging studies from Army and Navy picture archiving and communication system (PACS) sites. Each regional system will replicate to a set of centralized archives that will also be the connection points to the DoD electronic health record for diagnostic radiology and dental images. The Army and Navy, who traditionally have procured their own separate PACS, will be sharing data centers to allow for image sharing, business continuance and disaster recovery for both branches of the military.

Perceptive Acuo Vendor Neutral Archive is an application, storage and viewer-neutral clinical content management platform that drives better care delivery through a patient-centric approach to enterprise interoperability. It improves clinical workflow and archiving capabilities for healthcare organizations, enabling all clinical content (DICOM and non-DICOM) to be easily shared across the enterprise and providing greater freedom and flexibility in implementing departmental systems that best meet patient care, clinical quality and business process needs. Perceptive Acuo Vendor Neutral Archive also strengthens business continuance and disaster recovery capabilities with VNA software running in primary and secondary data centers.

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“The DIACAP process is an incredibly strict exercise,” said Larry Sitka, principal solution architect for Perceptive Software. “This level of diligence is vital to making sure care is delivered to Army and Navy personnel with the highest levels of responsiveness and security possible. What we learned during this process is being applied to improve VNA installations for commercial clients as well.”

“The DoD has extremely high standards when it comes to testing and implementing software to run on its network, especially when it involves managing sensitive clinical data for U.S. soldiers and their families,” said Jeff Timbrook, vice president, healthcare, Perceptive Software. “This DIACAP certification provides all
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