GNAX Health Unveils Total Medical Image Management Solution at RSNA 2013

Whether the issue is eliminating CDs from your workflow, migrating PACS, reducing duplicate studies, image-enabling the EMR, archiving images, achieving real-time business continuity, or electronically exchanging images with affiliated hospitals and physician offices, GNAX Health can solve them all.

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We can solve any particular problem or use case for a hospital, while simultaneously creating a platform that future-proofs your organization.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 02, 2013

GNAX Health is unveiling a total image management solution for healthcare providers at the Radiological Society of North America’s (RSNA) annual meeting in Chicago, IL. GNAX Health has created a technology solution that addresses medical image management issues across the total continuum of care. Whether the issue is eliminating CDs from your workflow, migrating PACS, reducing duplicate studies, image-enabling the EMR, archiving images, achieving real-time business continuity, or electronically exchanging images with affiliated hospitals and physician offices, GNAX Health can solve them all.

GNAX Health’s solution consists of a suite of products typically sold and purchased separately. These components include a vendor neutral archive, universal viewer, CD management tool and image exchange software. Separately, the costs of these products, in both money and the resources required to maintain them, compound significantly. GNAX Health combined these pieces into a holistic, yet modular image management platform that hospitals and imaging centers can purchase as a service.

GNAX Health wrote its own image exchange software called Secure DICOM Exchange (SDEX) that does more than simply exchange images with affiliates and external providers. It orchestrates the entire solution by controlling access, brokering the integration with the Electronic Medical Record system and universal viewer, and managing foreign study ingests.

Additionally, GNAX Health offers this entire platform with a single service and support model.

The Colorado Telehealth Network (CTN), part of the Colorado Hospital Association, is providing this GNAX Health solution to all of its member hospitals, effectively creating a statewide archive and exchange for medical images. The first CTN member hospital has started its implementation and several more are expected to begin in 2014.

"RSNA is the perfect venue for this solution," said George Robbie, Vice President of Healthcare Solutions for GNAX. "What we do that is so unique in this space is that we see the big picture. We can solve any particular problem or use case for a hospital, while simultaneously creating a platform that future-proofs your organization, solving many more issues down the road. We help providers take the current spend on their PACS and other imaging related systems and redirect it toward a more valuable solution. This approach ensures a return on investment rather than just adding more costs and another application to the stack."

Visitors to RSNA 2013 can learn more in GNAX Health’s booth #6146 during the show.

About GNAX Health

GNAX Health is a leading healthcare technology infrastructure and application delivery service provider offering hospitals, clinics, imaging centers and critical access facilities a VNA Based Medical Image Exchange. This medical image vendor neutral archive (VNA) and Secure DICOM Exchange (SDEX) provides a holistic image management platform for enterprises and small to mid-tier operations that solves several current image management problems while providing a clear vision for the future. GNAX Health owns and operates the entire delivery system of this solution, including owning the 70,000 square foot mission-critical datacenter in which it is located as well as operating the hardware and application layers that the end-users experience. The result is a complete solution with one delivery and support model that ensures secure access to medical images at any time, from anywhere.


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Vendor Neutral Archive and Image Exchange GNAX Sees the Big Picture

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