Vaultara's Version 2.0.1 Globalizes Medical Data and Studies
EXCELSIOR, MN: Vaultara, creators of medical imaging-sharing platform, have decided to unveil their new version at the annual Radiology Society of North America (RSNA) conference.
Vaultara’s vendor neutral flight solution allows imaging facilities to share studies and medical data with providers, regardless of PACS or EMR they use. The software does not require cloud to send data since it is self-hosted. It gives the facilities’ IT staff complete control over security and access.
The version 2.0.1 is capable of importing patient information from CDs and DVDs. It has the option to manipulate patient’s information associated with any received medical data and provides additional admin capabilities. It permits staff to import data from any optical media directly to their work station.
“Vaultara has developed something different and important: a vendor-neutral, self-hosted software that enables image sharing without the cloud. Our company offers a full suite of image distribution solutions that focus on value, security, and open, non-proprietary platforms. Our customers trust us to bring them a wide range of options, wrapped in a great customer experience, and we’ve found Vaultara to be a perfect fit,” explained Nancy Fisher, CEO of Data Distributing.
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