For your X-ray records, just check the cloud

A Chinese startup has built a digital medical image library on the cloud, bringing ease and cost savings to patients, doctors and hospitals countrywide

In a country as huge as China, where the population now numbers over 1.6 billion, thousands of medical images are produced every day. Most of them will need to be stored for 15 to 30 years, often in the form of physical film, requiring tremendous space and sophisticated processing techniques.  Even for digitized medical images, encryption to protect the confidentiality of every image is similarly complicated. All in all, the cost incurred is a considerable sum for hospitals to bear. Meanwhile, patients rushing around with their X-rays in their hands, as they go from hospital to hospital,...
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Edited by Bernice Tang

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