The VNA component of CuriePACS allows Hospitals to archive their medical imaging data and reports in a non-proprietary industry standard format. This ensures that the data stored by the Hospitals in CuriePACS VNA is neutral to both the source of images and the mechanisms used to archive data that eventually serves users.
By implementing a VNA, CuriePACS becomes generic enough to communicate with a wide variety of systems to send and receive medical images and reports associated with the Hospitals. This also helps Hospitals achieve true vendor independence in terms of managing the medical data.
CuriePACS VNA aims to empower healthcare organisations to control, manage, store and consolidate imaging data better inside the workflow between PACS, EHR and data centres. Moksha digital can customise to be an on-premise VNA that will offer better control and secure sharing of images. Moksha digital can also provide a hybrid VNA that will allow cloud to store all the second copies of images thereby significantly reducing cost of disaster recovery.