Currently InSite has one of the largest medical image data bases with over 3 million images stored in addition to clinical studies. For those needing PACS storage this is one of the companies that can provide that service. The data bases of Dell and InSite combined will offer storage for retrieval and use when needed.
All will of course be HIPAA compliant and free up room at the hospital PACS servers if desired by using Cloud storage. Dell already is established in the healthcare business and this stands to bring additional offerings to new clients as well as existing. Many hospitals today back up in more than one location and InSite uses current virtualization technologies. BD
Dell has announced it will buy InSite One, the developer of a medical archiving cloud application to make it easier for physicians to share medical images and make quick diagnoses by collaborating on images online.
Terms of the Dec. 22 agreement were not disclosed.
The deal will combine InSite's InDex Vendor-Neutral Enterprise Archive (VNA) cloud-based product with Dell's Unified Clinical Archive and DX Object Storage Platform.
EHR (electronic health record) and HIE (health information exchange) applications can retrieve images from InDex with zero resource footprint, InSite reports.