Migration Methods

Migration Methods

Migration Methods Media-Standard Storage Whenever a PACS is replaced by a successor system, plans must be made for access to historical data in the existing legacy system. The choices are to either keep the legacy archive running including an interface to new system,...
Data Cleansing

Data Cleansing

Data cleansing Data migration presents a one-time opportunity to “clean up” legacy image data as it is moved to the new archive. This so-called “Data Cleansing” is offered as an extra-cost option in data migration projects. Exception conditions that are candidates for...
Project elements

Project elements

Project elements PACS data migration projects are comprised of the following elements: Inventory An inventory of the source system is taken, either from the source system’s database or through its DICOM Query interface. The inventory also extracts current values for...
Go Live Schedule

Go Live Schedule

Go Live Schedule The planning of your migration and go-live schedules can have a major impact on the smoothness of your implementation and user satisfaction with the process. Laitek migration servers support this requirement with: DICOM Query/Retrieve access to Legacy...
Migration and Archives

Migration and Archives

Migration and Archives How DICOM Storage Works DICOM transfers images and other data as a stream of Composite Objects. Normally, an image or multi-frame image is stored in a single Composite Object. Each Composite Object has identifiers that link it to fellow...