Project Profiles

Widely regarded as industry pioneers and thought leaders in imaging data migration, Laitek has helped organizations and PACS vendors nationwide optimize migration and storage projects. A few of these success stories are highlighted below; click on each to see how Laitek met the challenge. Customer comments accompany profiles as well.

 

Profile #216 University Radiology Lacey Diagnostic
TYPE: Medical Imaging Center
LEGACY PACS: GE IW
TARGET PACS: Semperdata Atrium Archive
VOLUME : 147,400 net studies

 

Profile #190 University Radiology Jersey Shore
TYPE: Medical Imaging Center
LEGACY PACS: GE IW / EMC SAN & SATABeast2 SAN Storage
TARGET PACS: Fuji Synapse PACS and Semperdata Atrium Archive
VOLUME : 571,000 net studies

 

Profile #116 Teaneck Radiology Center & University Radiology
TYPE: Medical Imaging Center
LEGACY PACS: Viztek & Intelerad
TARGET PACS: Fuji Synapse PACS
VOLUME : 82,500 studies

 

Profile #88 University Radiology Group, East Brunswick, NJ
TYPE: Medical Imaging Center
LEGACY PACS: Siemens SIENET / MagicStore Archive
TARGET PACS: Fuji Synapse PACS
VOLUME : 834,000 studies

 

Profile #22: UnityPoint Health (Iowa Health System)
TYPE: Health System (7 Hospitals)
LEGACY PACS: GE Centricity (2.1) / GMAS Storage
TARGET PACS: McKesson HMI PACS
VOLUME : 3,200,000 studies

 

Profile #5: Novant Health
TYPE: Hospital System (13 hospitals)
LEGACY PACS: Siemens MagicStore PACS / Sun SAM-FS Archive
TARGET PACS: McKesson HMI PACS
VOLUME : 2,700,000 Studies

 

Profile #43: Children’s Hospital of Miami
TYPE: General Pediatric Hospital (289 beds)
LEGACY PACS: GE Centricity (2.1) / EMC Centera Archive
TARGET PACS: Cerner CAMM PACS
VOLUME : 830,000 Studies

 

Profile #18: Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare
TYPE: General Surgical Hospital (524 beds)
LEGACY PACS: Merge Fusion
TARGET PACS: McKesson HMI PACS
VOLUME : 642,000 Studies

 

Profile #27: Banfield, The Pet Hospital
TYPE: Veterinary Hospital System (760 hospitals)
LEGACY PACS: Merlin / Remote Vet
TARGET PACS: Clear Canvas
VOLUME : 175,000 studies