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Medical imaging is in the midst of a dramatic paradigm change. The transition from analog to digital image acquisition is now in full swing, and in modalities such as CT and MRI, digital image capture is nearly universal. Not only are more images being captured digitally, but the amount of data being processed, analyzed, and stored in archives has exploded. This explosion of datasets in medical imaging has brought with it serious ramifications for healthcare organizations. It was once the case that medical image management costs were predictable, since their relationship with the growth in procedure volumes was linear.
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