By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 28, 2016

The RSNA, in collaboration with the Sequoia Project, announced the first seven vendors to successfully complete the RSNA Image Share Validation program.

The program rigorously tests the compliance of vendors' systems to accurately and efficiently exchange medical images.

The approved vendors include Agfa HealthCare, AMBRA Health (formerly DICOM Grid), GE Healthcare, Lexmark Healthcare, LifeImage, Mach7 Technologies, and Novarad.

Vendors who earn the RSNA Image Share Validation seal are demonstrating commitment to improve access to imaging records, the RSNA said. The validation program encourages the adoption of image-sharing capabilities by imaging vendors and radiology sites, expanding access to medical images and reports whenever and wherever they are needed.

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