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St. Joseph's Gets PACS

April 30, 2010
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St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center (SJRMC), a 651-bed academic facility located in Paterson, N.J., is deploying Phillipsburg, N.J.-based Infinitt North America’s Web-based Enterprise PACS.

According to the company, St. Joseph’s used its own migration tools and methods to transfer more than 30 Terabytes of image and patient data in less than five months. Infinitt migration tools can perform automatic migration according to predefined rules, compare legacy PACS data and Infinitt PACS data for verification, and monitor the migration status of each study in the migration list, it touts.

SJRMC, which includes St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, is part of the 880-bed St. Joseph’s Healthcare System. St. Joseph’s is a state designated trauma center, consisting of three hospitals and two outpatient imaging centers.

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