GE Healthcare Alerts PACS Users About Image Loss Issues

GE Healthcare has alerted users of its Centricity PACS System that diagnostic medical images can be lost when transferred from one of PACS to another using the vendor’s Centricity to Centricity (C2C) exam transfer module.

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This is an issue that can affect any image archive system. Image archive systems all too often use replication as a means to protect the images, but replication is insufficient to protect images and can negatively affect image availability. You might want to check out our white paper: "VNA Does Not Equal Image Availability: What You Need to Know" at
Posted by Tim K | Friday, November 09 2012 at 10:37AM ET
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