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Protecting Patient Images From Damage and Disaster
Date:4/14/2008

Free Webcast from Iron Mountain and HP to give tips for preserving medical

films and digital images
BOSTON, April 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --

WHO: Antonio Garcia from Frost & Sullivan's Healthcare Consulting

Division and Michael J. "PACSman" Cannavo, president of Image

Management Consultants, will share industry best practices for

cost-effectively storing growing volumes of medical images and

protecting them from disaster. Iron Mountain and HP will host

this free Webcast for chief information officers and others

responsible for managing patient information.

WHAT: Titled "Prepare for Disasters & Tackle Terabytes: An Innovative

Approach to Outsourcing Medical Image Archiving," the Webcast

will cover how to:

-- Proactively plan so medical images are protected and

recoverable

-- Develop HIPAA-compliant disaster recovery plans

-- Manage the skyrocketing growth and size of medical imaging

studies

-- Mitigate risks of technology obsolescence and reduce

ownership cost

-- Free up staff and resources to focus on delivering patient

care

-- Control costs through an effective long-term archiving

strategy

This program has been approved for one ARRT Category A CE credit

by the AHRA and attendees will be entered to win a free HP iPAQ

310 Travel Companion navigation system. Additionally, all

registrants will receive a free copy of Frost & Sullivan's

recent article on image archiving.

WHEN: Tuesday, April 29, 2008, 2-3 p.m. EDT

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