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Enterprise Imaging 2024
Vendors and Providers Driving Market Progress

author - Monique Rasband
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author - Sidney Tate
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April 16, 2024 | Read Time: 10  minutes

Healthcare organizations are very focused on enterprise imaging (EI) advancement. Two-thirds of the organizations interviewed by KLAS about future EI plans are likely to expand their VNA image storage or extend their universal viewer (UV) to additional service lines in the next two years. Organizations are also increasingly taking advantage of promising new technology like artificial intelligence (AI) and the cloud. Meanwhile, both vendors and healthcare organizations face budget and staffing shortages and rapidly changing market needs. This report (1) examines how vendors stack up in meeting clients’ ever-growing EI needs and (2) shares a broader analysis of progress in the EI market.

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  1. AGFA HealthCare Makes Relationship & Delivery Strides; Fujifilm Continues High VNA Satisfaction; Merge by Merative Customers Seeing More Engagement
  2. With Growing EI Presence, Visage Imaging Gains Traction & Drives High Satisfaction with Diagnostic Viewer; Sectra* VNA Customers Give the Platform High Marks
  3. Varied Experiences, Less Progress with GE HealthCare, Hyland & Mach7 Technologies

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