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Monash Health Benefits from a Vendor-Neutral Archive

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As part of its RIS/PACS implementation, Monash Health in Victoria, Australia, has implemented a vendor-neutral archive (VNA) to store, secure, and access its medical images and other clinical data.

As part of its RIS/PACS implementation, Monash Health in Victoria, Australia, has implemented a vendor-neutral archive (VNA) to store, secure, and access its medical images and other clinical data.

Tony Gabbert, operations manager at Monash Health, told us that the facility has many sources of imaging, and that using a VNA provides a better experience for the physicians and the patients. The VNA unites a fractured system, the medical images from different departments together into a single depository.

You can watch the complete interview below or on YouTube.

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