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HEALTHCARE SYSTEM DATA TRANSFER AND SHARE VIA CLOUD

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000236067D
Publication Date: 2014-Apr-04
Document File: 4 page(s) / 251K

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Abstract

The invention proposes a technique for data transfer of health care system and sharing of data via cloud. The proposed technique uses a cloud service which enables customers to host their data on servers which deploys these on the sites that customer has selected. The proposed technique saves time, cost and provides convenience of deploying assets. The technique reviews selected customer data, for example, customer created protocols.

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HEALTHCARE SYSTEM DATA TRANSFER AND SHARE VIA CLOUD

FIELD OF INVENTION

The invention generally relates to a health care system and more particularly to cooling technique for data transfer of health care system and sharing of data via cloud.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

In general, lots of customers own multiple assets of systems across their organization. For example, hospital chain owns multiple computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance (MR), X-ray, ultrasound (US) systems which are deployed across customize assets based on their unique needs. Having multiple assets becomes challenging for customer to update and synchronize all their assets. For example, if the customer chooses to create a new unique site protocol for an MRI, they like to have site protocol deployed across all their MRIs assets.

A conventional technique includes independent customization of each asset, carrying over and deployment of common configurations and preferences at each site manually. However, the conventional technique is time taking and costly affair. Therefore, the technique is not efficient.

Hence there exists a need for an efficient technique for data transfer, updation and synchronization of all health care systems.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

The invention proposes a technique for data transfer of health care system and sharing of data via cloud. The proposed technique uses a cloud service which enables customers to host their data on servers which deploys data on the sites that customer has selected. The proposed technique saves time, cost and provides convenience of deploying assets. The technique reviews selected customer data, for example, customer created protocols. The technique not only learns from the customer selected data but also suggests enhancements to customers proactively with a goal to make their customization even more effective.

 


DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

The invention proposes a technique for data transfer of health care system and sharing of data via cloud. The proposed technique uses a cloud service which enables customers to host their data on servers which deploys data on the sites that customer has selected. The proposed technique saves time, cost and provides convenience of deploying assets. The technique reviews selected customer data, for example, customer created protocols. The technique not only learns from customer selected data but also suggests enhancements to customers proactively with a goal to make their customization even more effective. The technique provides proactive maintenance, such as, installation of applications and updates. The technique also provides servic...