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Advanced Visualization 2017

Advanced Visualization 2017
Comprehensive Options Exist in an Unconsolidated World

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Though many providers have been able to reduce the number of advanced visualization (AV) vendors in use within their organizations, consolidation onto one platform for all applications is not yet a reality. Providers keep multiple systems in order to meet differing physician preferences and retain specialized functionality while also taking advantage of some of the more automated AV software included in their PACS and imaging equipment purchases. In this report, KLAS targeted providers who have a server-based, enterprise-wide approach to AV to discover whether viable consolidation options exist, who providers consider as they expand their use of AV, and the factors in addition to functionality—such as training and server experience—that affect provider success.

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  1. Philips and GE Healthcare Satisfy Broad Range of Needs
  2. Fewer Providers Choosing to Expand with Siemens and TeraRecon
  3. Siemens’ Constracting Undermines Value of Server-based Approach
  4. TeraRecon and Vital Customers Guided with Thorough Training
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