DeepWell Archival Services Announces Partnership with Keystone Medical Technologies

Offering Vendor Neutral Archive Technology for PACS Image Data.

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DeepWell Archival Services, Inc.

Our clients are very sensitive to operational costs, especially as downward pressures on reimbursements and uncertainty about the future landscape of healthcare in general continue to grow.

Centennial, CO (PRWEB) April 24, 2013

DeepWell Archival Services, Inc. (“The Company”), a cloud based storage services company focused on the long term PACS neutral archival of medical image data, announced today that it has consummated an integration partnership agreement with RIS/PACS technology solution provider, Keystone Medical Technologies, Inc. (“Keystone”). Under the terms of the agreement Keystone will offer the Company’s vendor neutral archive (VNA) technology as an integrated component of its Keystone Suite of integrated RIS/PACS technology solutions.

“We are extremely pleased with the opportunity to offer our VNA technology, in a ‘storage as a service’ delivery model, through a focused medical imaging IT solutions provider like Keystone Medical Technologies”, said Brian Sobnosky, CEO of DeepWell. Sobnosky added, “The relationship with Keystone gives DeepWell a strategic partner in the midrange RIS/PACS market, for our cloud based VNA solutions. We are looking forward to supporting the Keystone team in their efforts to deliver cutting edge, technology based workflow solutions to their clients in the diagnostic medical imaging space, by leveraging our cloud based PACS neutral archive technology.”

“We are looking forward to working with DeepWell as they continue to grow market share for their cloud based storage offerings, leveraging automation and advanced storage technologies, throughout the U.S. medical imaging market," said Tommy Chambers, President of Keystone Medical Technologies. Chambers continued, “Our clients are very sensitive to operational costs, especially as downward pressures on reimbursements and uncertainty about the future landscape of healthcare in general continue to grow. With a PACS, long term storage and archive stands out as the biggest piece the total cost of ownership ‘pie’ by far. DeepWell’s ‘one time fee’ for the life of the study, starts to bend that TCO curve down significantly, in favor of the imaging organization. At Keystone we believe in delivering the most advanced diagnostic technologies available, at the most economical price points. DeepWell’s cloud based VNA solution enables us to free up recurring capital and operating expense dollars for our clients. These are hard dollars that used to be spent, or more candidly wasted, on long term data storage and management. DeepWell’s fee structure is disruptive to the traditional PACS archive model, and beneficial to Keystone’s clients.”

About DeepWell Archival Services
DeepWell Archival Services is a privately held technology development and integration company, and North American licensee for German based Telepaxx Medical Archiving GmbH. Specializing in vendor neutral archive (aka PACS neutral archive) solutions, and utilizing software and technology responsible for the safe, secure archival of over 1.6 billion medical images worldwide, the Company provides cloud based “storage as a service” product offerings for medical imaging professionals and organizations of all sizes. For press inquiries, please contact Brian F. Sobnosky at 303.949.6038, or brian(at)deepwellarchive(dot)com. Additional information on DeepWell Archival Services is available at: http://www.deepwellarchive.com.

About Keystone Medical Technologies
Keystone Medical Technologies is an innovative healthcare IT solution provider, focused primarily on RIS/PACS technology integration. Keystone’s mission is to help imaging organizations of all sizes “unlock their full potential” by providing innovative and cost effective clinical information and image management solutions, as part of our Keystone Suite of products. For more information, call 201.323.0089 or email tchambers(at)keystonemedicalus(dot)com. More information is also available at http://keystonemedicalus.com.


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  • Brian Sobnosky
    Deepwell Archival Services
    (303) 949-6038
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