Change Healthcare to add 124 hospitals to Enterprise Imaging Network

Change Healthcare reported four large health systems have joined its cloud-native Enterprise Imaging Network.

Change hosts the network on the Google Cloud Platform as the centerpiece of its enterprise imaging strategy. The four new partners, Kalamazoo, Mich.-based Bronson Healthcare, Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health Systems Professional Services Corp., Montefiore Nyack (N.Y.) Hospital, Madison-based University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and UW Health, Madison, manage 124 hospitals that produce 5.6 million annual imaging studies.

The four organizations will migrate 66 million studies to the Change Healthcare Enterprise Imaging Network cloud, expecting customer implementations to go live during the first half of next year.

The network includes a vendor-neutral archive to centrally manage imaging studies from multiple locations; secure access to patient images from any place; near-real-time data from across the enterprise; and a vendor-neutral platform to streamline AI algorithm integration.

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