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Cloud Enables Advances in Medical Imaging Innovation
Date:4/9/2013

DALLAS, April 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Patient diagnosis and treatment can be delayed as doctors wait for access to large imaging files, search through multiple systems for patient images, or request prior medical images. Henry Ford Health System and Baptist Health System have turned to cloud-enabled innovations from AT&T* to help them overcome time and cost consuming inefficiencies.

These hospital systems are just two of more than 150 implementations of AT&T ForHealth(SM) and other healthcare IT solutions adopted by healthcare providers and payers within the United States since late 2010. In 2012, cloud and mobility based solutions enabled AT&T to generate $5.6 billion in revenue from healthcare industry businesses, up from $4 billion in 2009.

Healthcare systems provide physicians with the ability to access, view and share medical images and associated reports in the cloud, ultimately providing patients with more timely diagnosis and treatment.

Providing Access to Medical Records
Detroit-based Henry Ford Heart & Vascular Institute (HVI), part of the Henry Ford Health System, generates 25,000 cardiac images each year. These images are digitally captured and are similar to an X-ray, but X-rays are digital pictures; cardiac images are more intense, like a little movie. The hospital needed a solution to store these increasingly large files, but a substantial investment for additional onsite IT storage infrastructure would only partially address the issue.

HVI installed AT&T Medical Imag
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