WALLINGFORD, Conn., Nov. 23 -- InSite One, Inc, the industry's leading provider of medical data archivingand disaster recovery managed services, announces the creation of the first nationwide Health Information Exchange (HIE) spanning over 600 healthcare institutions across the United States. InSite One currently manages
All of InSite One's 600 plus clinical organizations clients are currently connected using Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise standards of DICOM and HL7 will have their data next year in a document registry ready to participate in the cross-enterprise sharing (XDS) enabled HIE affinity domain(s) of their choice. This capability builds upon their investment in core data management services that has protected their enterprise data and creates an application neutral conduit for health information exchange.
The InSite One solution is based upon service oriented architecture (SOA) which uses software services to collect and share data across disparate clinical systems. The InDex software with XDS capability brings diagnostic solutions together in a secure environment to provide an integrated perspective of patient records -- without necessitating the replacement of existing systems. Importantly, inherent in this service architecture is the ability to provide business continuance to any clinical department, enterprise or HIE in all configurations.
"Our experience in archiving imaging data is key as image data makes up approximately 85% of a patient's medical record. Operationally, imaging contributes to the 'meaningful use' of an EHR by increasing the overall information universally available across an enterprise and its extended care environment. InSite One is readying our clients to address their inevitable requirements for data sharing," commented Jim Champagne, President of InSite One. "We strongly believe that leveraging our existing data management expertise, especially imaging, and new industry-leading technology allows us to provide the most cost effective and long-term viable solution for participation in health information exchanges," he concluded.
InSite One, Inc. will be exhibiting at RSNA 2009, McCormick Place, Chicago, IL, Booth #1606, Lakeside Center.
About InSite One® and InDex® Enterprise Archive
For more than a decade, InSite One, Inc. has distinguished itself as the market leader in medical data archiving, disaster protection and storage content management services and was the first to offer the benefits of medical data storage in a cloud environment. Today, driven by emerging technology and market requirements, InSite One's centralized offsite InDex Enterprise Archive and family of related storage services provide a comprehensive and flexible platform for sharing of patient information throughout multiple departments and entire healthcare communities. Through strict adherence to shared DICOM, HL7 and XDS (cross-enterprise document sharing) IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise) standards, InDex services ensure the rapid retrieval of clinical information across multiple healthcare IT applications.
By design, the InDex Enterprise archive retains and protects all data files for their legal-life in a tamper-proof HIPAA-compliant environment in InSite One's two mirrored state-of-the-art and data warehouses. The company provides a full range of options for cost-effective data storage, enhanced system back up, business continuity, remote image communication and data migration. All solutions deliver unlimited scalability, ongoing IT support and state-of-the-art hardware and software upgrades that keep pace with evolving technologies. With over three-billion objects in its InDex Enterprise Archive, InSite One is the single-source for medical data storage, management and consolidation supporting meaningful use in today's increasingly important integrated patient record. InSite One is headquartered in Wallingford, CT. www.insiteone.com, 800-441-0091. See InSite One, Inc. booth #1606 at RSNA 2009 (Radiology of North American) conference and exhibition November 29 to December 3, 2009.
SOURCE InSite One, Inc.
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