On October 6, 2020, under the direction of the Department of Information Technology – Health Department, the program “Conference on PACS Cloud and IT Criteria for remote medical activities” was held at the office of VMED Group with the participation of many related departments and enterprises, which are researching and implementing PACS Cloud.
PACS Cloud Conference – Unify and plan the implementation of PACS on a large scale in the fastest time
In the beginning, Prof. Nguyen Quy Tuong – Director of the Department of Information Technology – Ministry of Health made the opening speech, declaring the reason as well as thanking VMED Group for accompanying the Department of Information Technology – Ministry of Health to implement the seminar. .
Prof. Nguyen Quy Tuong – Director of the Department of Information Technology – Ministry of Health delivered the opening speech, stated the reason as well as thanked VMED Group for accompanying the Department of Information Technology – Ministry of Health to implement the seminar
Prof. Nguyen Quy Tuong emphasized: “Up to now, there are 23 hospitals innationwide implementing PACS. Therefore, it is necessary to have documentation on the PACS model and implementation mechanism. The implementation of PACS is an indispensable step in the implementation of the electronic medical record because apart from information, the scanned image is also extremely important ”.
The report from the representative of Inext Tech – Ho Chi Minh University of Technology also pointed out that in order to maximize the effectiveness of remote examination and treatment, we need to digitize data and standardize according to standards. international standards. The implementation of PACS on a large scale helps hospitals to have high quality data sources, meeting multi-point consultation as well as professionally storing medical information.
The report from the representative of Inext Tech – Ho Chi Minh University of Technology pointed out that in order to maximize the effectiveness of remote examination and treatment, we need to digitize data and standardize pursuant to international standards
At the event, Mr. Ngo Thanh Son – Deputy General Director of VMED Group also commented on the benefits of PACS and the optimal plan to deploy PACS on a large scale in the form of data storage partition. According to Mr. Ngo Thanh Son, PACS is the general trend of the health sector in the world and Vietnam cannot be out of this development cycle. By implementing PACS quickly and on a large scale, we will save costs in facilities and gradually develop a habit of using high technology in medical examination and treatment – the foundation for building “medical medicine”. Fact number ”.
Mr. Ngo Thanh Son – Deputy General Director of VMED Group introduced Showroom with smart operating room and modern training simulation system to the guests.
The guests of the program also visited the showroom of VMED Group with its smart operating room and modern simulation training system, known as one of the ten largest customer experience centers in Southeast Asia.
Guests visit the VMED Showroom – known as one of the 10 largest customer experience centers in Southeast Asia
The seminar is an “open forum”, where the opinions are expressed frankly and positively with the greatest desire to quickly and effectively deploy PACS, solve the problem of “input data quality”, contribute part to accelerate the process of “digitizing the health sector” ./.
PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) is a medical imaging technology that provides the place to store, retrieve, manage, distribute, and display images. PACS helps reduce the traditional form of film printing in healthcare settings. PACS system allows to capture, store, view and share all types of images for medical purposes.
Infomed – member of VMED Group has been researching and developing PACS solution, which is capable of managing more than 20 million images, 12 petabytes of data, storing and processing 152 images per second with many advanced features fully integrated.
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