Royal Liverpool moves 87m images to VNA
The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has migrated 87m images to its new SynApps vendor neutral archive.
Sectra wins PACS and VNA deal
The James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has signed a ten-year managed services contract with Sectra to deliver a picture archiving and communication system and a vendor neutral archive.
Doncaster deploys Fujifilm PACS
Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has deployed a picture archiving and communication system from Fujifilm.
Trawling the archives
Trusts are increasingly interested in vendor neutral archives. But what are they, and how are they being used, asks Kim Thomas.
Strong demand for VNAs – report
A new report from a US-based research firm predicts strong demand for vendor neutral archives over the next few years.
What should we do with old PACS images?
English trusts are starting to replace national picture archiving and communications systems with their own solutions. But what should they do with all their old scans?
Coventry and Warwickshire invest in VNA
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust has signed a five-year contract with Visbion for a vendor neutral archive, which will store images and scanned patient notes.
Let’s get IT together
Trusts in the south east banded together to buy a new PACS, RIS and VNA. Imaging Informatics editor Kim Thomas heard how it went.
Barts sticks with Sectra PACS
Barts Health NHS Trust, which provides services to 2.5m people in East London, has signed a ten-year contract with Sectra for a picture archiving and communications system and vendor neutral archive.
Reporting the future
Trusts are busy contracting for new PACS and RIS systems; but will the radiologists of the future be cooped up like battery hens, reporting from remote terminals? Kim Thomas reports from UKRC.