Medical imaging archive
Faster data access improves patient outcomes
Accelerate time-to-diagnosis while lowering costs
Medical imaging studies (PACS and Vendor Neutral Archives) make up 70% of all data stored by healthcare organizations. Mandates require organizations to keep data an average of seven years, further straining IT infrastructure. Less than 10% of images are retrieved after 60 days, however, they still need to be online 24×7.
Scality offers safe, fast, always-on access to critical data for long-term retention. Compliance with HIPAA and protections from nefarious attacks are built-in. You’ll gain worry-free, lower-cost storage capacity upwards of hundreds of petabytes.
“Today our data archive is unified, secure, and easily accessible. Researchers can now analyze older data sets more readily to support their work toward personalized medicine, and doctors can view older, point-in-time patient data to make better diagnoses.”
Did you know?
medical images of patients across the world are exposed online*
of imaging and electronic medical records per patient are generated each year*
Scality modernizes medical imaging archives for simplified data management
Scalable capacity and secure multi-tenancy
Unique multi-site active/active solution
Optimized to achieve 100% availability with zero RPO/RTO and the lowest cost of storage
60% or more reduced total cost of ownership
With Scality your business gains
Limitless file and object storage
Fast online access
“The performance meets all user expectations. It’s so good, in fact, that we’re getting lots of requests from multiple departments to put new workloads on the Scality RING.”
Deliver better patient care with world-class medical imaging application partners
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