Case Study

Intermountain Health

“Simple, universal access to images across Intermountain Healthcare was the driving factor to move to an enterprise-wide viewer. We wanted a solution that did not require any downloads, was fully secure, had the proper FDA clearances for diagnosis, worked with our entire IT infrastructure, and met the speed and scalability requirements that are always at the top of our user lists.”

Geoff Duke, Director, Imaging Informatics at Intermountain Health

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THE SITUATION

Intermountain Healthcare, an internationally recognized medical group, set out to make images easily accessible to over 10,000 practitioners, referring physicians and other occasional users. With an IT environment that included multiple vendor archives, combined with different viewers, it was difficult to easily access and share images across the organization. Needing to streamline image access, they searched for a solution that could connect to their current archives and provide all clinicians fast, real-time access to patient images, through one consistent interface.

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THE SOLUTION

ResolutionMD® was successfully integrated into Intermountain’s proprietary EMR and connected with 8 data archives. The archives were comprised of 7 PACS and a VNA from a number of different vendors. The addition of ResolutionMD leverages their current architecture and does not add another storage location. A virtual database system is created that eliminates the need to copy or move data. All clinicians now have access to a true zero foot-print enterprise viewer and have gained important functionality including multi-user collaboration and mobile access with diagnostic capability. 

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BY THE NUMBERS

DATA ARCHIVES

8

HOSPITALS

22

PACS  

7

PHYSICIAN CLINICS

185

VNA 

1

EMPLOYEES

33,000

 

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