SPONSORED: Bracing for the Imaging Storm

June 16, 2020
Two leaders from Pure Storage discuss what’s in store for the future of imaging informatics

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced healthcare organizations to abruptly shift in a number of different departments, with medical imaging being one important area. Diagnostic imaging is about to undergo severe testing, along a number of dimensions, from sudden capacity demand, to image storage and sharing issues. What will the biggest challenges in this area be in the next year or two? And how will radiologists, radiological techs, and others be able to meet dramatically increased throughput and productivity demands. Two leaders from Pure Storage, Mark Dobbs, global healthcare alliances, enterprise imaging, and Erik Nystrom, principal, enterprise imaging, discuss what’s in store for the future of imaging informatics.

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