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Date:4/9/2013

ing and Information Management, and as a result, HVI cardiologists at eight locations have real-time access to a single cloud-based, highly-secure repository of their patients' medical images. Storing the images off-site promotes business continuity and image security, so that the images and files are available when needed.  

"Before incorporating this AT&T solution, our storage technology was aging and we had no centralized access to cardiology images for our cardiologists," said Kevin Yee , Administrator, Cardiology, Henry Ford Health System. "We've been using AT&T's cloud-based medical imaging service for more than a year. And now, our doctors can now easily view patients' images and files for specialized consults."

Mobilizing and Connecting Physicians
In Birmingham, Alabama, Baptist Health System is using AT&T Medical Imaging and Information Management with an FDA-cleared mobile diagnostic viewer. With access to medical images in the AT&T cloud, referring physicians can easily review patients' images stored in a vendor-neutral format.

Doctors in this hospital system can also use their tablet or smartphone to access and diagnose patients the moment radiology images, such as MRI or CT scans, are available – all without outlaying any capital expense.

"We knew we needed to replace our onsite long-term archive to take full advantage of the benefits of the latest innovative technology," says Richard Shirey , Chief Information Officer, Baptist Health System. "Speed and accuracy are critical. That's why we're working with AT&T.  Our physicians will be able to access a patient's images faster and with less overhead through the cloud-based repository."

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