syngo.shareThe universal VNA software

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Features & Benefits

syngo.share1 is the universal Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) distributed by Siemens. syngo.share allows effective management and sharing of clinical image data, multimedia data, radiological studies and clinical documents – within the department, the institution, and beyond.

syngo.share - the right solution
  • a DICOM Archive as a PACS backend and long-time archive
  • a Hospital-wide Universal Archive
  • a Multimedia Archive in addition to radiology: Modality images. Multi-PACS
  • archiving and sharing across institutions

syngo.share empowers healthcare institutions to efficiently store, manage and share clinical imaging data, comprising DICOM and non-DICOM data. It can serve as centralized repository between multiple Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), as multi-departmental data management, and is a full-fledged IHE XDS and XDS-I compliant repository. syngo.share creates a holistic, patient-centric view on imaging data of a patient.

Additionally, syngo.share can be seamlessly interoperated with the Siemens Imaging and Healthcare IT portfolio and with other system environments.

syngo.share - Unified Image Management

It can act as the information management backbone for the entire enterprise, potentially addressing all imaging data types in a single archive strategy.

  • Unified handling of arbitrary file formats and “ologies” (e.g., radiology, cardiology, pathology, endoscopy, oncology, urology, ophthalmology)
  • Actively manage data throughout its lifecycle based on clinical, legal or business requirements
  • Unified management of clinical data, storage pools, system resources and access rights
  • Modular architecture allows growth for current and future needs, e.g., volume growth, adding new departments and “ologies”, connecting new locations, joining or creating regional networks
  • Flexible deployments including virtualized, load-balanced
  • Multi-vendor support with the ability to connect multiple locations up to a regional scale
Patient Centric Approach
  • Patient-centric view on information available in an enterprise independent of the source system or originating department
  • Universal viewer for ubiquitous access to and sharing of arbitrary data types
  • Tight integration with enterprise and departmental systems

 

Standard Based Connectivity
  • Intended to get the best value from data by exchanging information on an enterprise level, with referrers, within a hospital chain or a regional network based on HL7, DICOM, and IHE XDS/XDS-I
  • Rich in functions for importing, exporting, routing and sharing of clinical data
  • Central hub for HIS/EMR integration and results distribution
  • Capabilities to integrate with enterprise and departmental systems

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